The district was formally inaugurated by the Chief Minister. Raman Singh, on 13 January 2012. Shruti Singh, IAS became the first Collector and District Magistrate. Bemetara has two administrative subdivisions- Bemetara and Saja.
The present collector of Bemetara is Shri Mahadev Kanvare.
Location of Bemetara district in Chhattisgarh
|• Total||2,854.81 km2 (1,102.25 sq mi)|
The economy of Bemetara is based on agriculture. Almost 80% of the people in Bemetara work on their fields and farms. Another 10% are govt employees in various departments viz: education, irrigation, PWD and FCIs. Along with them the Education deppt is dominating one. 10% peoples are involve in the business and real estate & retail sector. The excise department of bemetara is most dominant department in Bemetara such that it gives the around 5 crore of taxes to municipality of Bemetara.
Bemetara district consists of 5 Thasil (Taluk). The following are the list of the Thasil (Taluk) in Balrampur district:
Bemetrian culture is influenced with Chhattisgarhi ethics, rituals & customs. As with other Chhattisgarhi region, this region also organises Mandai, Panthi, Mela on different occasions. Matar is conducted on the behalf of Bhai Dooj celebration which is the second day after Lakshmi Puja (Diwali), while Mandai and Mela are celebrated in Magh Purnima (February-March) season. Apart from Diwali, Holi and other Hindu festivals, regional festivals are also celebrated. These are Hareli, Pola, Tija, Deo Uthani Ekadashi, Kartic Poornima, etc.
Bemetara is one of the districts ( formed in 2012 after partition of Durg ) of Indian state of Chhattisgarh.Chhattisgarhi language
Chhattisgarhi (Devanagari: छत्तीसगढ़ी) is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, by 24 million people. It is an Eastern Hindi language and is part of the Central Indo-Aryan language family with heavy vocabulary and linguistic features from Munda and Dravidian languages.
Chhattisgarhi is also known as Dakshin Kosali and Dakshin Hindi as in ancient times Chhattisgarh was in the region Dakshina Kosala region of ancient India. Chhattisgarhi has been known by the name Khaltahi to surrounding hill-people and by the name Laria to speakers in neighboring regions of Odisha to Chhattisgarh.
The speakers are concentrated in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh and in adjacent areas of Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, and Jharkhand.
Chhattisgarhi cultural and political movements, with origins from the 1920s, affirmed Chhattisgarhi linguistic and cultural identity and sought greater autonomy within India. It was 1 November, 2000 when 16 districts in the state of Madhya Pradesh became the new state of Chhattisgarh.Dayaldas Baghel
Dayaldas Baghel is politician from Bharatiya Janata Party.
Since 2013 he is representing Nawagarh in Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha. He resides at Village & Post of Kunvara in Tehsil Nawagarh of District Bemetara. He is the minister of Cooperation, Culture and Tourism of Chhattisgarh.Durg (Lok Sabha constituency)
Durg Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 11 Lok Sabha constituencies in Chhattisgarh state in central India.Khamhria
Khamhria is a town and a nagar panchayat in Bemetara district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh.Kunvara
Kunvara is a Village in Nawagarh Tehsil in Bemetara district (earlier in Durg district) of Chhattisgarh State of India.Dayaldas Baghel belongs to this village and he represent Nawagarh seat in Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha.List of Regional Transport Office districts in India
This is a list of the Indian Regional Transport Offices and the assigned codes for vehicle registration. These are broken down to states or Union Territories and their districts.
The offices are all belonging to a certain type:
ARTO : Additional Transport Office
AssRTO : Assistant Regional Transport Office
DTC : Deputy Transport Commissioner
DTO : District Transport Office
DyDZO : Deputy Directorate Zonal Office
DyRTO : Deputy Regional Transport Office
JTC : Joint Transport Commissioner
LA : Licensing Authority
MVI : Motor Vehicle Inspector
PVD : Public Vehicles Department
RLA : Regional Licensing Authority
RTA : Regional Transport Authority
RTO : Regional Transport Office
SDivO : Subdivisional Office
SDM : Subdivisional Magistrate
SRTO : Subdivisional Regional Transport Office
STA : State Transport Authority
UO : Unit Office
WIAA : Western India Automobile Associationin maharashtra get a new rto code no. 51-nashik ruralNawagarh
Nawagarh is a town in Bemetera district (Earlier in Durg) of the Indian state of Chattishgarh.
Presence of historical temples, statue of goddess found under deep soil and pond and a bawadi (Well like structure) said to have been built by king are proofs of its divinity and archeological history.As of 2011 census of India, it had a population of 10,541, spread over 16.64 km2 (6.42 sq mi).Outline of Chhattisgarh
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Chhattisgarh:
Chhattisgarh – state in central India. The state was formed on 1 November 2000 by partitioning 27 Chhattisgarhi-speaking southeastern districts of Madhya Pradesh.Parpodi
"Parpodi," also known as "Raja Parpodi," (Hindi: परपोड़ी) is a town and a Nagar Panchayat in the Bemetara district of Chhattisgarh, India.
The town is situated in the district of Bemetara in the state of Chhattisgarh, India. It has a small population and has been declared a "Nagar Panchayat" of the Bemetara district.
Situated along the Durg-Kabirdham road, the town is easily accessible by road from the city of Bemetara /Durg/Raipur , which was the ancient citadel of the Gondwana dynasty, is known for being a historical, religious, and cultural venue. According to popular legend, the name of the town was given after the name of the last Zamindar aunt "Parmeshwari Devi."
Most of Parpodi is rigid ground.
On 28 May 2013 Parpodi became a Nagar Panchayat with district headquarters at BEMETARA itself but formally this town is under of Durg District, it is now in the Bemetara district. The town is under Saja assembly, and Mr. Labachand Bafna is the current MLA of the area. Since 1 January 2012 Parpodi has been under the administration of the Bemetara district of Chhattisgarh.Saja, Chhattisgarh
Saja is an assembly constituency under Saja in Chhattisgarh, India.
The seat came into existence in 1967 and has been an INC and Choubey family stronghold. Before Shri Ravindra Choubey, his elder brother Shri Pradeep Choubey and his mother Smt. Kumari Devi have also won from this seat.
Shri Ravindra Choubey has been elected 6 times from this seat, from 1985 till 2008 and is popularly known as Maharaj ji in the area.
Current MLA: Shri Labh Chand Baphna (Jain), BJP
Shri Ravindra Choubey is a tall leader from the seat who had won since 1985, with the exception of 2013, where it is believed that Shri Ajit Jogi(former CM, Chhattisgarh) made focussed efforts to defeat Shri Ravindra Choubey, due to internal rift. The fundamental caste equation of the seat also tends to be in favour of the INC with major castes i.e. Sahus and Satnamis being more inclined towards INC and the other major caste Lodhis being traditional BJP supporters. Furthermore a poor image of sitting BJP MLA Shri Baphna makes this seat tough for BJP.
OBCs and General comprise around 80% of the population, with OBCs in majority. Among OBCs, Lodhis are in majority, followed by Telis and then Kurmis. There are total 1.4 lakh voters in the constituency. There are two major tehsils Durg and Dhamdha and four nagar panchayats in the region- Deokar, Saja, Thankhamaria and Parpaudi nagar panchayat. Lodhis are majorly concentrated in Saja and Thankhamaria while OBCs are majorly in Saja and Deokar region
Key Political Issues
Major resentment among the farming community as majority of them grow tomatoes and they have had to sell their produce at Rs. 1/kg. Lack of any agro processing plant, irregular distribution of Fasal Bima claims and drought-like situation has further added to their woes.
No action against illegal sand mafia has been taken.
Lack of employment opportunities, clean drinking water and bad condition of roads are other major issues here. Cultural and Geographical viewSurendra Dubey
Surendra Dubey is an Indian satirist and writer of comic poems. An ayurvedic physician by profession, Dubey was born on 8 January 1953 at Bemetra, Durg, in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. He has authored five books and has appeared on several stage and television shows. He was honored by the Government of India, in 2010, with the fourth highest Indian civilian award of Padma Shri. He is also a recipient of Hasya Ratna Award from Kaka Hathsri in 2008.