Situated in the eastern part of the state of Chhattisgarh, Bilaspur, built and developed on the banks of the Arpa River - a tributary of the Mahanadi River - has an average elevation of 264 metres. The rain-fed Arpa river emerges from the high hills of Maikal Range of mountains in central India. Due to its highly fertile and mineral rich soil, Bilaspur is surrounded by lush green vegetation and deep dark forests in the North and is also blessed with abundant natural resources such as dolomite and coal.
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