Ratanpur is a town and a nagar palika in Bilaspur district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It is situated around 25 kilometers 16 mi from Bilaspur on National Highway 200 towards Ambikapur. Ratanpura, initially known as Ratnapura, was the capital of Kalachuris of Ratnapura, who were a branch of the Kalachuris of Tripuri. As indicated by the 1114 CE Ratanpur engraving of the neighborhood lord Jajjaladeva I, his predecessor Kalingaraja vanquished Dakshina Kosala district, and made Tummana present day Tuman his capital. Kalingaraja's grandson Ratnaraja built up Ratnapura current Ratanpur.
In 1407, the Kingdom of Ratanpur was separated into two sections, with its lesser branch administering from Raipur. It proceeded as the capital of Haihaiyavansi Kingdom until the eighteenth century, when it managed expansive territories of Chhattisgarh, until the point that the region go to the control of the Bhosle and later the British. The town is famous as a religious focus and numerous Hindu lovers come here to offer their petitions and look for the favors at the Mahamaya Temple, goddess Mahamaya otherwise called Kosaleswari, as she was managing god of Dakshin Kosal current Chhattisgarh. Numerous different sanctuaries, for example, Bhudha Mahadev and Ramtekri are additionally arranged there.