Dipadih Target for the day was Neterhat which was 170 kms in distance from Ambikapur. Even though the distance was not much to cover and only one point to visit in between, we still started early by 6.00 am to comfortably reach Neterhat and spend some quality time at Neterhat with my cousin sister and jija. After taking 30 minutes break for breakfast at a nondescript road side eatery, we reached Dipadih, Sarguja district by 8.30 am. Dipadih was about 75 kms from Ambikapur with mostly good roads. Then at Dipadih, we had to take the left cut and take the interior roads for about 3 kms to reach the temple complex. The interior roads were in good condition. In the local dialect, 'Dipadih' means 'holy land' and recent excavations here have unearthed six major and 74 minor temples in the area. The temples, mostly dedicated to Shiva, have been discovered at the archaeological sites of Samat Sarna, Urav mound (Uravtola), Rani Pokhra and the Chamunda Temple. They are dated between the 6th and the 10th centuries. We covered the ruins of Samat Sarna. The main Shiva Temple ruins must have been a massive structure once but now only the foundations remains. After spending about 45 minutes at the site, we left for Netarhat.