Pachrahi, Bodla, Kabirdham
Pachrahi Museum, Historical Place, Kawardha, Chhattisgarh, Tourist spot of Kawardha, Chhattisgarh Tourism, Historical Place of Chhattisgarh, Echhattisgarh
The oldest archaeological and religious place 45 kilometers away from Kavardha on the Taregaon route of Bodla Vikas block of Kabirdham district is situated on the banks of Pacharahi Haf river. The mention of Jogi Mugar flag in the statues received in Bhormadev and the statues received in Pachrahii exhibits equality in the two.
Excavations started in the year 2007-08 in Silli Pachrahi of Bodla Block in Kabirdham district. Excavation started under the leadership of Archaeologist SS Yadav and Atul Pradhan. Found weapons, utensils, toys from the age-old age. Temples and sculptures of 1500 years old were also found. For excavation, there are 84 acres of land in Pacharahi, whereas excavation is done in the same part.
Gold coins were also found:
In Pachrahi Nagvanshi King, the gold coins of the Kalchuri Raja were also found, which have not been found anywhere in the country. Different coins of gold, silver, and copper were found during the millennium of Kalchuri dynasty. Similarly, during the time of Nagavanshi king, coins, gold coins of Rajat and copper are also found.
Most prominent fossils:
The most remarkable thing during the excavation in Pacharahi was that even millions of fossil found here, which was a snail. From this, archaeologists believe that this area was a sea of billions of years ago. Not only this state but also a new search for the country.