Chhattisgarh is situated in the Chhattisgarh Plain, which shapes the upper Mahanadi River bowl. The bowl appropriate lies at a height that reaches from around 800 to 950 feet above ocean level. It is a basic plain with topographic ieties coming about because of broad denudation wearing without end of the earth by such procedures as weathering and disintegration. Glades, undulating interfluves, and valleys flanked by belts of clayey soils are normal for the locale. Around 100 miles wide, the Chhattisgarh Plain is limited by the Chota Nagpur level toward the north, the Maikala Range toward the west, the slopes of Raigarh toward the upper east, the Raipur upland toward the southeast, and the Bastar level toward the south.
These good countries contain generally erosional level structures achieving a height of in excess of 2,300 feet in the Maikala Range and the Dandakaranya slopes. Tremors are moderately occasional in Chhattisgarh, however seismic action of gentle force has been recorded in northern Chhattisgarh and along the fringe with Telangana in the south. A couple of tremors likewise have been felt in the east and around Raigarh.