Arang is a town and a Nagar Palika in Raipur District in the state of Chhattisgarh, India. It is arranged close to the eastern furthest reaches of Raipur City. Arang is an old town, which was administered by the Haihayas Rajput line. It is acclaimed for its numerous Jain and Hindu sanctuaries which have a place with the eleventh and twelfth hundreds of years; these are the Bhand Deval Jain sanctuary, the Mahamsmaya sanctuary, the Panchamukhi sanctuary and the Hanuman sanctuary. Archeological finds of a copper plate engraving dated to the Gupta Empire, known as the Arang Plate of Bhimasena II of the group of Rajarsitulya, has built up the town's antiquated history as a Hindu and Jain religious focus, which was then under the control of Hindu rulers.
Arang had a populace of 16,593. Guys comprised 51% of the populace and females 49%. Arang had a normal education rate of 64%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%; with 60% of the guys and 40% of females proficient. 16% of the populace is under 6 years old. Starting at 2011, the populace revealed was 19,091, an expansion of 1.3% over the 2001 figure, which gives a thickness figure of 812.7/km² over the Nagar Panchayat territory of 23.49 kilometers. Financial movement is as little scale businesses of rice and heartbeats plants. It is a business town where different kinds of woods items are advertised.