Katghora is a town and a nagar palika in Korba locale in the Indian province of Chhattisgarh. Radhasagar is a lake situated in the core of the city. Chak-Chakwa pahad is crown of the Katghora city, which is otherwise called Hanumangarhi. Katghora Krishi Vigyan Kendra is one of the KVK in Chhattisgarh.
Katghora is on NH 111 Bilaspur-Ambikapur so it is straightforwardly associated with Nyaydhani Bilaspur and Rajdhani Raipur while a state interstate interfaces Katghora to Korba on one side and Amarkantak, Pendra on opposite side. Railroads will touch base here soon after the fulfillment of three ventures of mechanical rail passageways. After consummation of these three tasks, Katghora won't just turn into a railroad station however will likewise get the status of 'Katghora intersection'.
Katghora turned into a Nagar Palika on 15 August 2014. In 1864 it was framed as British disciplinary unit under Richard Taper. Katghora Taluk was framed in 1912, turning into the focal point of managerial exercises. After freedom it was taken as one of the five subdivision of Bilaspur. Around then Korba was shaped as sub-tehsil, and from that point in 1980 Korba isolated from Katghora to frame a different tehsil. In 1982, when Katghora was a piece of Madhya Pradesh, it was given status of Nagar Palika.