Kendriya Vidyalaya Mahasamund
Phone: 07723-222436Email: mahasamundkv@gmail.com
 
केन्द्रीय विद्यालय महासमुंद
 
Kendriya Vidyalaya Mahasamund
CBSE AFFILIATED
 
Pride of Kendriya vidyalaya Mahasamund Mrs Narayani Singh HM selected for President Award 2016-17 . Kendriya Vidyalaya Mahasamund got 100% in Class X CBSE 2017 examination and 11 students got 10 CGPA.
PLACES NEARBY
 Laxman Temple(55 km)-

-One of the finest brick temples in India, this is characterized by exquisite carvings and precise construction. Sheshnaag serves as an umbrella to Load Shiva on the top of the entrance, while incarnations of Load Vishnu, Krishna Leela ornamental symbols, and erotic carvings adorn the sides. The religious segments of a temple - Vatayan , Chitya Gawaksha , Bharwahakgana , Aja , Kirtimukh and Karna Amalak - are engraved in the pillars of this Panchrath type temple. The inside has the Mandap (shelter), Antraal (passage) and Garbha Grih (the main house). The Archaeological Survey of India has established a museum in the temple premises, which houses a collection of rare statues and other relics significant to the Shaiva, Vaishnava, Buddhist and Jain faiths.-By bus.
 Anand Prabhu Kudi Vihar(30 km)-

Anand Prabhu Kudi Vihar-This 14 room Buddhist vihar , constructed by Bhikshu Anand Prabhu, a follower of Buddha, during the period of Mahashivgupt Balarjun, is the most famous of Sirpur's Buddhist vihars . The main entrance is adorned by a dwarpaal (doorkeeper) carved in stone pillars on either side. A six feet tall statue of Buddha touching the earth is installed inside the vihar . -By Bus.
 Sirpur(18 km)-

-The position of Sirpur is at the top of all international famed historical places of South Kosal ie, present Chhattisgarh. Sirpur, located at the bank of holy Mahanadi river, is completely merged with the cultural and architectural arts. In the old age(at the time of Somavanshiya emperors) Sirpur was known as 'Shripur' and was the capital of South Kosal. Sirpur has very special position in the history of Indian art due to the value of vital and original experimentals as well as religious and spiritual knowledge and science.

Sited on the banks of the holy Mahanadi river, Sirpur, known as 'Shripur' in ancient times, was the capital of South Kosala. It is historically significant from the angles of art, science, religion and spirituality. Sirpur is known for its Buddhist Vihars .-By Bus.

 Sipur(50 km)-

-Laxamn Mandir.
Boudh Mandir.
Musium.
-By bus from Mahasamund to Sirpur.

 Swastik Vihar(14 km)-

Swastik Vihar-This Buddhist vihar , recently excavated, is believed to have been used by Buddhist monks for meditation and study.-By Bus.
 Gandheswar Temple (20 km)-

Gandheswar Temple -Situated on the banks of the Mahanadi river, this Shiva temple was built using the architectural remains of ancient temples and vihars . The effect is quite artistic. Various pictures of 'Shiva-Leela' adorn the top of the entrance. Inside there is a statue of Buddha touching the earth, as well as statues of Natraj, Shiva, Varah, Garud Narayan, and Mahisasur Mardini.-By Bus.