Dongargarh is a city and region in Rajnandgaon District in the territory of Chhattisgarh, India and the site of the Bambleshwari Temple. A noticeable traveler goal in Rajnandgaon District, the city lies around 35 kilometers 22 mi west from Rajnandgaon, 67 kilometers 42 mi west from Durg and 132 kilometers 82 mi east from Bhandara which are arranged on National Highway 6. Highlighting lofty mountains and lakes, Dongargarh is gotten from the words: Dongarh signifying 'mountains' and garh signifying 'fortress'.
The town is known for religious Harmony and has impressive populace of Buddhists, Sikhs, Christians and Jains separated from Hindus. A Jain sanctuary is likewise developed on a slope known as Chandragiri with the endowments of Jain holy person Acharya Shri Vidyasagar Ji Maharaaj. The sanctuary is uncommonly perceived for an antiquated statue of the Teerthankara god Chandraprabhuji. One of the greatest gurudwaras in the state is additionally situated in the core of the city overseen by the Sikh society which likewise runs Khalsa Public School, one of the greatest schools in the town.
The Maa Bamleshwari Devi Temple, arranged on a 1,600 feet 490 m high ridge, is a famous milestone. It is of awesome otherworldly significance and a few legends are related with this place of worship as well. Another noticeable hallowed place in the region is Chhoti Bamleshwari Temple. Fans rush these sanctuaries amid Navratri.