Saraipali is a city and a municipality in Mahasamund district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. First Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Late Pandit Ravishankar Shukla was chosen from Saraipali voting demographic. Saraipali Tahsil, with populace of around 1.9 lakh is Mahasamund region's the third minimum crowded sub region, situated in Mahasamund area of the state Chhattisgarh in India.
There are 235 towns in the sub area, among them Toshgaon is the most crowded town with populace of 2854 and Katangpali is the minimum crowded town with populace of 13. Bondanawa Pali is the greatest town in the sub region with a zone of 10 km2 and Debrigarh is the littlest with 0 km2. Saraipali is situated on the fringe of Chhattisgarh and Orrissa in the Mahasamund region, 157 kilometers 98 mi east of the state capital, Raipur. The closest towns are Basna 20 kilometers 12 mi west, Padampur 37 kilometers 23 mi south, Bargarh 66 kilometers 41 mi east Sarsiwan 40 kilometers 25 mi north and Sarangarh 40 kilometers 25 mi north.
It is one of the quickest developing towns in the Mahasamund region and as of the 2011 registration had a populace of around 20,118. The town does not have an air terminal or a railroad station but rather there are many transport courses interfacing with different towns and urban communities. Saraipali has numerous banks, fund and insurance agencies, vehicle showrooms and different shops, despite the fact that there is no shopping center.