Sarswati Shishu Mandir
Gyan deep School
Gyaan bharti school
Nav jyoti H.S school
Vande matram School
Govt Multi H.S.School
Gattani H.S. school St. Xaviers School
Hasdeo Public School
Green River velly school
Gyanodaya H S School
The City is served by the following university:
Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya
C V Raman Universitie
with following colleges.....
Govt. Polytechnic College
Govt. P.G. College Janjgir
Govt. Minimata Girls College Janjgir
Pt Harishankar shiksha Mahavidyalaya
Gyandeep shiksha mahavidyalaya
Gyanodaya Shiksha mahavidyalaya
Vishnu Mandir was built by the kings of the Hayhay dynasty in the 12th century, but did not complete it. The temple was built in 2 phases. The temple is an incomplete temple which can be seen near Bhima Talab.
It is famous templa and formally called Nahriya Baba Dham stay at Naila canal railway crossing.
Manka Dai mandir
The Manka dai Mandir is a famous temple in janjgir. On discovering the idol, he started worshipping it and hence attracting public attention.
Janjgir is a connected with SEC railway and its railway station is Naila. It is well connected to the rest of the country through the Indian Railways. The station is on the Tatanagar–Bilaspur section of Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line with daily connections to Mumbai, Kolkata, Pune, Nagpur, Puri, Vishakhapattnam and Ahmedabad. Some of the daily trains passing through this station are: Gondwana Express, Chhattisgarh Express, Korba-Vishakhapattnam Express, Utkal Express, Ahmadabad Experss, Shalimar Express, Shivnath Express, Trivendram Express (2 Days), etc.
S.N. Station Name Approximate Distance from District Headquarters
- Naila 5 km
- Champa 9 km
- Akalatara 16 km
- Baradwar 25 km
- Sakti 40 km
The city is connected with Mumbai and Kolkata via Bilaspur,Raipur through the National Highway network. Janjgir is on NH-200 connecting Raipur and Raigarh on either side.
Three-wheeled, black and yellow Auto rickshaws, referred to as autos, are a popular form of transport. They can accommodate up to eight passengers. Local transportation also includes manpowered cycle Rickshaws, horse drawn Tongas.
There are regular buses and taxis to all nearby towns and cities. Janjgir aerodrum is Khokharabhatta, 05 km away. It is not served by any scheduled airlines.
The people of Janjgir also have a great tendency towards adopting new trends and life styles. Janjgir thus is multicultural for people from all over India have come and settled in this region.
The people of this region are very fond of colors. The dresses they wear are very colorful. Women wear sarees with Kardhani. In rural areas women wear mala made of one rupee coins. Though this has gone out of trend these days. The people of this region are also known for creating humour out of language. Comical plays are very popular and are worth watching.
Janjgir is rich in its cultural heritage.Janjgir has its own dance styles, cuisine, music."Raut Nacha" (performed basically by Yadav caste, this folk dance has bagged many awards at state level) and the Panthi and Soowa dance styles.
---* District Hospital *---
Janjgir 02 km
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Champa 09 km
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Akaltara 18 km
There are significant lead deposits in the area of Janjgir. Most of the city's workforce is involved in the agriculture industry or in rice or flour milling. There is also some presence of a chemical industry.
- Floor Mills
- Water Tank plant
- Tasur Cloths
- Oil extraction
- Power Plants
- "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.