Korba is a city in Chhattisgarh.
Korba is the power capital of Chhattisgarh. The district comes under Bilaspur division and is inhabited mainly by tribals including the protected tribe Korwas (Pahadi Korwa). Korba is blessed with lush green forest cover, where a sizable number of tribal population is found. The Adivaisis in the forest areas live in harmony with the environment and have retained their distinctive cultural characteristics and traditional observances.
Korba is well connected with Bilaspur and Champa. Bilaspur at a distance of 150 km and Champa at 40 km. Bus service at regular interval operate throughout the day.
Korba is at a distance of 40 km from Champa juntion on Mumbai Howrah line. Besides direct train to Raipur, Nagpur, Vishakapatnam, weekly trains to Bangalore and Trivandrum make the city easily accessible by rail.
- 1 Korba railway station, Old Bus Stand Rd.
- 1 Chaithurgarh (70 km away from Korba town, 25 KM north of Pali and situated at a height of 3060 height on the hill top). It was constructed by Raja Pratwidev First. Archeologists consider it as one of the strongest natural fort. Since it is protected by strong natuaral walls, only at some places walls have been built. The fort has three main entrances which are named as Menaka, Humkara, and Simhadwar.
- Bhawani Mandir.
- Koshgai Temple.
- Madwarani Temple.
- Sarwa Mangala Mandir.
- Silver Jubilee Park.
- Vivekanand Garden.
- Dev Pahari Waterfall.
- Indian Coffee House, T. P. Nagar and NTPC branches.