Rajnandgaon is a city in Rajnandgaon District, in the state of Chhattisgarh, India. As of the 2011 census the population of the city was 163,122. Rajnandgaon region appeared on 26 January 1973, because of the division of Durg area. Initially known as Nandgram, Rajnandgaon State was led by Somvanshis, Kalachuris of Tripuri and Marathas. The royal residences in the town of Rajnandgaon uncover their own particular story of the rulers, their general public and culture, and the customs of those occasions. The city was led by a tradition of Hindu overseers mahants, who bore the title Vaishnav and Gond rajas boss.
Progression was by selection. Its establishment is followed to a religious chaste who originated from the Punjab towards the finish of the eighteenth century. From the author it went through a progression of picked pupils until 1879, when the British government perceived the ruler as an innate boss and it came to be known as royal province of Raj Nandgaon. A short time later presented upon his child the title of Raja Bahadur. The principal ruler Ghasi Das Mahant, was perceived as a primitive boss by the British government in 1865 and was allowed a sanad of appropriation. Later the British gave the title of raja on the decision mahant.