Kanker is a city and a region in the Kanker District of the Indian territory of Chhattisgarh. The historical backdrop of Kanker starts in the Stone Age. As indicated by the incredible Sanskrit legends of India, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, there was at one time a thick timberland region named Dandakaranya, in the area where Kanker is found. As indicated by legend, Kanker was additionally a place where there is priests and sages. Numerous Rishis priests/sages, for example, Kank, Lomesh, Shringi, Angira were said to have lived here. The impact of Buddhism on the area began in the 6th century BC. The antiquated history of Kanker records that it generally remained a free state.
Kanker is situated on National Highway 30 known as Raipur-Jagdalpur-Vizianagram Road 140 km from the state capital Raipur and 160 km from the divisional central command Jagdalpur. Streets give access to different parts of the state. Mentors worked by ious private transport administrators keep running at visit interims to significant towns and urban communities of the state. A common taxi office offers association with neighboring nearby courses. The closest air terminal and significant railroad station is in Raipur. You can also visit this place with your friends and family members.