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Some of the important Megalithic sites in Chhattisgarh are listed below:

In Indian Culture there are 16 rituals related to Human life and last one is cremation and megalithic pillars are initial form of this ritual. This civilization had been found 4000-3000 years before. Adequate ruin of this civilization are found in Chhattisgarh and some places like Leelar distt-Dhamtari and Karkabhata Distt-Durg here archaeological research work has been done also. In this archaeological research mainly Menhir which is related to megalithic. Civilization were acquired at village Karkabhata located at a distance of 16 km from Balod subdivision Headquarter district Durg, to understand the initial form of above civilization and research of this place had been done by Mr. Arun Kumar Sharma.
People of this civilization made stone pillars in remembrance of dead person. In that area adequate megalithic ruin had been found and top portion of this groups of ruin had been made with Menhir, bolder and a circle which made by stone in inscription had been made in foundation. Menhir of Karkabhata established in north-south direction and height and width is 2.57 mtr and 1.91mtr.

Karkabhat (District Durg) Karhibhadar (District Durg) Dhanora (District Durg) Kulia (District Durg)
Bhujgahan (District Durg) Khallari Tengna Baratiya Bhata (Subdivision Saraipali)
Sorar (District Durg) Chirchari (District Durg) Bhawarmara Lillar (District Durg)
Arod Parond Nandaguda Mothejakri
Godma (Pachari Para) Titarwand Dugal Vengal Gammewada
Murhipar Nelakankar Timmelwada Sankanpalli
Gada Gauri, Kanker Chota Pandar Munda Methe  

This extensive site is located in an area of about 10 sq. km. encompassing the villages of Kannewada, Sorar, Nahanda and Karkabhat. Karkabhat is located 16 from Balod on Balod-Dhamtari Road. It is spread on both sides of the road. Several megalithic types are present here. Menhirs of different sizes and shapes are still lying in finished and unfinished conditions. According to Dr. A.K. Sharma an estimated 3500 to 4000 megalithic burials must have been present in this complex. Majority of them are, however, wiped out. Two habitation areas were located here. Also there are a number of low rock shelters on a slowly rising granitic outcrops. There are evidences to suggest that the shelters were probably under constant use right from the Late Stone Age times since Microlithic tools are also found in abundance in the general area. Apart from the rock shelters there is an open air habitational area located at Sorar. A ruined temple and a number of sculptures have been found here. There are also some extensive mounds rising to a height of 4.50 m. The present village is located right on these mounds. Plenty of potsherds, dating from megalithic period to historical period, lie scattered all over the area. The fine black and red ware found here suggests that it was a megalithic habitational site. Three varieties of pottery, dagger blades, arrow heads, spikes, spearheads, copper objects, gold objects, silver object, beads etc. are found at Karkabhat and microliths, beads, ear–ornaments, hop-scotches, iron objects, terracotta objects, bangles etc. are found in Sorar.
Karhibhadar (District Durg)
Karhibhadar is located 15 kms. on Balod-Dhamtari road from Durg. The types of megalithis that are found here are Menhir, Carin and Stone circles. In fact the megalithic culture of Karhibhadar is to be considered as a single unit along with Mujghan-Navapara-Sorar.
Dhanora (District Durg)
This site is located 21 km from Balod on Balod-Dhamtari road. About 500 megaliths were located during the excavations conducted by Late M.G. Dikshit in 1956-57. He classified the megalithic into four types, Type I to Type IV. These are mostly menhirs, of small and large proportions, kept in position by means of buttresses of large boulders. Some of the megaliths were excavated and human skeleton remains, objects of beads and glass bangles were recovered. One of the Chambers even contained a copper vessel. Here also several megalithic monuments (carin circles or menhirs) have disappeared because of quarrying operations.
Kulia (District Durg)
Kulia is a rich site 10 kms. south west of Dhamtari and has, as in the other area, several types of megalithic, most of them completely destroyed.
Mhujgahan (District Durg)
Located on the Balod-Dhamtari road is the site of Mujhagan which, in the past, had concentration of megalithic, especially the Menhirs. In fact the site is considered part of complex of several megalithic sites Chirchari, Karhibhadar, Sorar etc.
Lillar village is locatd at a distance of 15 km fro district Dhamtari. Chhattisgarh is a very prosperous state in sngle of archaeological vision because lots of prehistorical and historical ruin has been acquired in this state
Ruins of this section of area. First of all have been searched by Mr. J.D. Beglar who was in a archaeological round of central province at that time. He also mentioned that hundred of broker megalithic ruins like Sati Pillars are present here on the village Navapara, Mujgahan road. These all megalithic ruins were spread in the area of 8-9 km, but due to negligence that all have been destroyed now.
In the eastern shore of charba stream of Tengna which is located at a distance of 4 km from Dhanora, there are various type of megalithic Burial have been searched but acquired Burial have been usually destroyed now.
Baratiya Bhata (Subdivision Saraipali)
Baratia Bhata is located at north of Basana on the Saraipali road and megalithic ruins were searched near that village by Mr. A.K. Sharma in 1992. At that place approximately 600 to 700 Menhir ruins have been searched and height of this ruins are near about 1 mtr to 5 mtr and direction is from east to west.
Dugal Vegal
This place is located about 9 km northeast of Narayanpur. Megalithic ruins have been searched at this place also.
Godma (Pachari Para)
This place is located on Narayanpur road. Megalithic ruins have been searched at this place also.
This village is located at north of godma on the Dhanora Dongar road. Megalithic ruins has been acquired at western side of the road and progressive stone age tools has been also acquired in that place.
Megalithic ruins has been also required at village. Parond which is located on the Bisrampuri Banscot road.
Gammewada is located at the distance of 12 km from Dantewada on the Jagdalpur-Bailadila road. This place is famous for Megalithic Burial.
This place is located at the distance of 29 km from Dhanora Pal in south portion of Bastar. Megalithic ruins has been also acquired at that place.
In south portion of Bastar this place is famous for megalithic ruins, which is usually destroyed now.
Megalithic ruins has been searched at Nelakanker also which is located at south of Bastar.
Khallari village is located on the Dongargarh Rajnandgoan road near Tumrivoda place. Megalithic ruins has been searceh in approximately 500 igneous rock at Mulanda by Mr. A.K. Sharma in 1998.
Chhota Pandar Muda
Megalithic ruins has been also searched in village chhota Pandar Muda of Kharsiya Subdivision and these had been researched by Smt. Bharti Shroti in 1993.
This place is located near District Rajnangoan and escessive megalithic ruins were found at this place.