Chandrapur is a city and a municipal corporation in Chandrapur district in Maharashtra state, India. It is also the headquarters of Chandrapur district. The city of Chandrapur has ancient temples of the goddess Kalikankalini, a form of the goddess Mahakali, and of Anchaleshwar, a form of the god Shiva. The city was founded by Gond King Khandakya BallalShah in the 13th century and is situated at the confluence of the Irai and Zarpat rivers. The region is very rich in mineral wealth such as coal and limestone. Due to its large number of coal mines, the city is also known as Black Diamond city. Many cement factories are also located in this region.




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