VLPT Parasia

 
VLPT PARASIA WAS COMMISSIONED ON 26.10.1994. IT IS ABOUT 35 KMs AWAY FROM CHHINDWADA.IT IS COAL FIELD AREA.

Population : 20,000 District: CHHINDWADA Date of Commissioning: 26.10.94

Transmitter Details :

Make Power Channel
GCEL 10W 5
  • Population 2011 – 1,205,073,612     
  • Land Area – 3,287,263 km2 
  • Latitude / Longitude – 20 00 77 00 E

Parasia is famous as the "Coal Mines Belt". There were 24 coal-fields in this area, of which 20 mines are still working. The basic mines are: Eklahara Mines, Burkuhi Mines, Chandametta Mines, Newton Mines, Donger Chikhali Mines, Mahadev Puri Mines. Ravanwara Mines, Ravanwara Khash, Vishnu Puri 11 No., Vishnu Puri 12 No., Chhinda Mines, Setiya Mines, Shivpuri Mines, Shivpuri Mines, Chhury Mines, Mathani Mines, Thisgora Mines, Nahariya Mines, Pench Mines, and Urdhan Project.

Parasia coal area is under the Western Coal-fields Limited (WCL) is one of the eight Lesser Companies of Coal India Limited (CIL) which is under secretarial control of Ministry of Coal. Parasia has The Head Office of Pench Ares Western Coal-fields Limited (WCL).

Distances from Parasia, Distt – Chhindwara

  •         027 km to Chhindwara,
  •          152 km to Nagpur,
  •          227 km to Bhopal, India
  •          405 km to Indore,
  •          250 km to Jabalpur,
  •          250 km to Amravati,
  •          182 km to Sagar,
  •          244 km to Akola,
  •          256 km to Chandrapur,
  •          279 km to Burhanpur, India
  •          283 km to Durg, 

Hinglaj Temple Junnardeo, Near Parasia Distt-Chhindwara

Hinglaj Temple

Parasia coal-fields

Parasia coal field

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