Kanker, located in the state of Chhattisgarh is a beautiful place to visit. Widely known as a place full of natural beauty and of immense archaeological significance, the city was once a part of princely state and houses many famous and interesting historical sites. Kanker City Guide is full of references to its mesmerizing waterfalls. The Malanjkudum Waterfall and Chare-Marre Waterfall are the most adorned waterfalls of the city. They are very popular among the local people and also a big hit among the tourists from abroad and remain thronged all round the year. Kanker was a part of old Bastar district and became an independent district in the year 1999. The district is supplied water by five major rivers: Hatkul River, Sindur River, Doodh River, Mahanadi River and Turu River. Agriculture is the major occupation of the natives. Non-timber forest produce is another main source of income for the people. The key crop of the region is Rice.