Dharamgarh is one of the sub-divisional head quarters in the district of Kalahandi in India. It is also referred as Dharmagarh. Orissa state Government has a plan to make this town as NAC area since past decade, but it has not been officially materialized. Dharamgarh is known as the granary of Kalahandi district.
Dharamgarh sub-division of Kalahandi includes Golamunda, Koksara, Jaipatna, Kalampur, Junagarh and Dharamgarh blocks.
Dokhri Chanchra Water Fall: This fall is situated about 20 km from Dharamgarh. It has one of the best scenic view with nature, forest and maountains surrounding it.
Gudahandi Historical Site:
Gudahandi is situated in about 20 km from Dharamgarh in the border to Koraput
district. In the Gudahandi hills are some ancient caves bearing pictographic paintings of remote antiquity.
Ampani: Ampani hills present a panoramic view of nature. It is also famous for Budharaja Temple and waterfall, located about 40 km from Dharamgarh.
Locally known as Chora Dangar is a beautiful place with forest, mauntains and springe situted about 15 km from Dharamgarh.
This historical town in Kalahandi is just situated 15 km from Dharamgarh. Junagarh used to be capital of Kalahandi before Bhawanipatna
. It has famous Lankeswari Temple
, Dadhimana temple and Kanak Durga Temple
Indravati lake popularly known as Indravati Dam is situated in Mukhiguda. The hydroelectricity power station at Mukhiguda is known to be one of the largest in Asia
. This lake is surrpounded by forest and mountains giving a beautiful scenai view for nature lovers.