Mahasamund District is a managerial area in Chhattisgarh state in eastern India. The city of Mahasamund is the area central station. Mahasamund District is limited by Raipur District - Gariyaband District - Baloda Bazar District - Raigarh District of Chhattisgarh state and Bargarh District and Nuapada District of Odisa state. As per the 2011 evaluation Mahasamund area has a populace of 10,32,275, generally equivalent to the country of Cyprus or the US territory of Rhode Island. This gives it a positioning of 438rd in India out of a sum of 640. The area has a populace thickness of 216 occupants for each square kilometer 560/sq mi.
Mahasamund District covers a zone of 3902.39 km² in the focal eastern piece of the Chhattisgarh. Stone rocks can be found in the Bagbahra, Basna and Pithora area. Rocks are dominatingly limestone of the Chhattisgarh aggregate contemporary to the Cuddapah gathering of the Upper Pre-Cambrian age, comprising of limestone layers, shale, sandstone, or quartzite. Neo-rock, dolerite, and quartz in meddlesome structures are additionally found in the region. Thus there is an incredible breadth of extreme mining action.