Located in the state of Chhattisgarh, Durg is a major pilgrim destination of the state. The state derived its name from abode or house i.e. Durg. Some people also say that the name is derived from Hindu Goddess Durga. There are many ancient temples located in this city which attracts lots of tourists throughout the year. The best time to come to this place is during the festival season as this place remains cheerful and decorated during that time of year. This place also has its mythological significance as it is also illustrated in the epic Mahabharata.
Deorbhijia Temple and Ganga Temple are also some of the major tourist destinations which are present in the city and frequently visited by many tourists round the year. Tandula is also a small place near this city which is visited by many families during weekends for picnic or outing purposes. This place is surrounded by green grassland and forests which make it a great picnic place.
Mythological significance, religious and natural backdrops makes this place a prime tourist destination in the state which is visited by many travelers, tourists and pilgrims round the year. Durg is located near the forests which keep the temperature of this city pleasant and hence gradual change can be seen in the weather throughout the year. Best time to visit Durg is from the months of October-March.