Jagdalpur is the administrative headquarters of Bastar district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Jagdalpur is known for its lush green mountains, deep valleys, dense forests, rivers, springs, caves, natural parks, magnificent monuments, rich natural resources, exuberant festivities, and lush solitude.Enriched with amazing natural beauty and a vast protected forest for wild animals, Jagdalpur is known for its traditional folk culture, which gives uniqueness to the region. Dhamtari has many tourist attractions. Some of them are Kanger Valley National Park, Indravati National Park, Chitrakote Waterfall, Chitradhara Waterfalls, and Dalpat Sagar Lake, which also has a musical fountain, and adds beauty to the island. The people of Jagdalpur are divided into different tribes. Some tribes are found here, including Gond, Muria, Halba, and Abhujamariya. The Gonds are not only the largest tribal group in India, but they are also the largest among the tribal population of Jagdalpur. A glimpse into the world of tribal and folk arts and crafts of Jagdalpur also attracts people. The tribal artists and craftsmen keep their past and rich tradition alive. If seen, the way they mold clay, wood, stone, metal, etc., into unique shapes, forms, and attractive designs are very attractive. Jagdalpur is also well connected to major cities of the state by rail and road.