Places to visit
- Bhoramdev Sanctuary
: The Bhoramdev Sanctuary is located in Green Hills. This sanctuary, which spans 352 square kilometers, contains both natural and archaeological components. Kanha National Park and Achanakmar Tiger Reserve protect both. Bhormadev Sanctuary was founded in 2001. Following it, the state of Chhattisgarh was established. In addition to the Chilphi Valley, the newly formed state of Chhattisgarh gets an extended buffer zone in Kanha National Park. Wildlife migration has always occurred in this area between Bhoramdev and Chilphi since it was already a gateway between the Khanha National Park and Achnakmar. As a result, intrinsic commonalities in the species of wild creatures can be detected. It was also proclaimed here entirely under the name Bhomdev Temple, named after the city of Khajuraho in Chhattisgarh.
Distance: Bhoramdev Sanctuary is 23 kilometers away from Kawardha
- Bhoramdev Temple
: Bhoramdeo, a thousand-year-old temple in Chouragaon, is 18 kilometers from Kawardha in the Kabirdham district of Chhattisgarh and 125 kilometers from Raipur. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple was built between the 7th and 11th centuries in the midst of the mountain ranges. This temple is also known as the "Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh" since it contains a peek of the Khajuraho temple. The temple is oriented east. The temple is a beautiful example of civil architecture. The temple can be accessed via three distinct entrances. The temple sits atop a five-foot-high cliff. One of the three gates leads straight to the temple pavilion. The pavilion's dimensions are 60 feet long by 40 feet broad. The pavilion includes four central pillars and twelve side pillars that have preserved the pavilion's terrace. All of the pillars are visually appealing and imaginative. Each pillar is equipped with a keecha, which is controlled by the roof.
Distance: Bhoramdev Temple is 17 kilometers away from Kawardha
- Kawardha Palace
Maharaja Dharamraj Singh built this magnificent twentieth-century palace of Italian marble and stone in the 1930s. It is still home to the Royal family (and their pets!) and is nestled in beautiful grounds within the Maikal range of hills. The present prince and his wife are actively involved in the operation of the property and are happy to take tourists on excursions and to the local temple.
Distance: Kawardha palace is 2.0 kilometers away from Kawardha