Mahasamund is a city in Mahasamund District and biggest Municipal Council in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. The city is divided into 34 wards and four zones and it is the largest city in the Trans-Mahanadi Area. It is also the administrative headquarters of Mahasamund District and part of the proposed new Municipal Corporation, along with Dhamtari, Birgaon, and Charoda. Mahasamund is 50 km from Raipur, 90 km from Dhamtari, 30 km from Rajim, 130 km from Bilaspur, 75 km from Durg, 65 km from Bhilai, 100 km from Saraipali, 200 km from Bargarh, and 250 km from Sambalpur. Guru GhasiDas bus terminal in Mahasamund is well connected to its nearby cities. There are regular bus services to Raipur, Bilaspur, Saraipali, Baloda Bazar Bemetara, Simga, Rajim, Sarangarh, Gariyaband, Khariar Road, Nuapada, Berhampur, Asika, and Bhawanipatna. The construction of improving National Highway 6 to a four-lane road from Mahasamund to Odisha is in progress. The economy of Mahasamund is based on agriculture and mining. Rice is the main crop grown here. The black stone of this area is mined for tiles; Mahasamund also has many stone-cutting factories. The Industrial Area of Birkoni and Belsonda is just 10 and 05 km respectively. About 90 percent population of the city follow Hinduism. Tourist sites in and around Mahasamund include Sirpur, the ancient capital of South Kosal and famous for its Lakshman temple, Buddha Vihar and many archaeological sites. The state government has decided to develop this area as a World Heritage site. Other nearby tourist sites include Kodar Dam, Rajim Kumbh, Rajiv Lochan Temple, and Khallari Temple. The birthplace of Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya is in nearby Champaran.People from all over India have settled here. The city is a great example of peace and harmony.
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