Balod is a town in banks of stream Tandula and a nagar palika in Balod region in the state of Chhattisgarh, India. Balod is 44 km from Dhamtari and 58 km from Durg. Balod has one school, one court, one CHC Community Health Center, and a prison. Restorative offices are great in Balod. There are two Dams adjacent Tandula and Aadmabaad based on streams sukha and tandula in 1912. On 1 January 2012 it was told as Civil District however income locale was proclaimed from 10 January 2012. Balod turned into the 27th area of Chhattishgarh.
There are a few religious sanctuaries close-by town, especially Ganga Maiyya sanctuary and Siyadevi sanctuary hold incredible religious incentive for the townsfolk. It has a normal rise of 324 meters 1063 feet. Starting at 2001 India census, Balod had a populace of 21,044. Guys comprise 51% of the populace and females 49%. Balod has a normal proficiency rate of 73%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%; with 56% of the guys and 44% of females proficient. 13% of the populace is under 6 years old.