Bhoramdeo temple, Kawardha
Bhoramdeo temple, Historical Place, Kawardha, Chhattisgarh, Tourist spot of Kawardha, Chhattisgarh Tourism, Historical Place of Chhattisgarh, Echhattisgarh
The Bhoramdeo temple is known as 'Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh' which is located at Bhoramdev. It is located around 21 kilometers away from Kawardha and is prominently famous for its captivating 11th century Lord Shiva temple complex. The Temple of Bhoramdeo lies in the banks of river Sakri. This temple was built by King Ramchandra of Nagar dynasty who married Princess Ambika Devi of Haiya dynasty.
It has a special attraction for lovers of archaeology and history. Bhoramdeo a thousand-year-old temple situated in Chouragaon is 18 km from Kawardha in Kabirdham district of Chhattisgarh and 125 Km from Raipur. this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is artificially situated between the mountain ranges, it was built during the period from 7th to the 11th century. There is a glimpse of the Khajuraho temple in the temple here, hence this temple is also called “Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh”.
The temple’s face is east. The temple is a beautiful example of the civilian style. The temple can be entered from three sides. The temple is built on a five feet high dive. From the three entrances can be entered directly in the temple pavilion. The length of the pavilion is 60 feet and the width is 40 feet. There are 4 pillars in the middle of the pavilion and there are 12 pillars on the side, which have kept the terrace of the pavilion. All pillars are very beautiful and artistic.