Kawardha"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Kanha National Park - Kanha National Park, spread across an area of around 1945 sq km, lies in the Maikal hills of the Satpura range. It was declared as a national park in 1955 and a tiger reserve in 1974. This national park is home to around 22 species of mammals. Some of the animals found in the national park include wild boar, common langur, tiger, leopard, swamp deer, sambar, black buck, jackal, spotted deer, striped palm squirrel and others. More than 200 bird species like spur fowl, orioles, storks, quails, pintails, spotted parakeets, egrets, peacock, pea fowl, jungle fowl and partridges can be seen in the park. The ideal time for visiting the park is from November to June.

     

    Kawardha Palace - The Kawardha Palace was built in the 1930s by Maharaja Dharamraj Singh. The palace is constructed with Italian marble and stones. It has been declared as a heritage hotel and now provides accommodation.

     

    Bhoramdeo Temple - The Bhoramdeo temple is situated 18 km away from Kawardha, amidst the Maikal mountain ranges. The temple was built between the 7th and 11th centuries by the Nagwanshi ruler, King Ramchandra Deo. The temple has been built on a 5 ft high platform in the Nagar architectural style. The Bhoramdeo temple is also called the 'Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh' as it looks like the temple of Khajuraho.

     

    Radha Krishna Temple - The Radha Krishna temple is situated close to the Bhoramdeo temple. A unique characteristic of the temple is its underground rooms where sages performed rituals. There is a small holy water tank called Ujiyar Sagar that lies adjacent to the temple.

     

    Saroda Reservoir - The Saroda Reservoir is believed to have been constructed in the 11th century. The reservoir is suitable for boating, swimming and fishing. It is also an ideal spot for watching the sunset and trekking.

     

    Madwa Mahal - The Madwa Mahal is a kilometre away from the Bhoramdeo temple. It is believed that the mahal was built in 1349 to mark the marriage of the Nagwanshi king, Ramchandra Deo and Haihawanshi Queen. There is a Shivalinga in this temple.

     

    Pushpa Sarovar Lake - The Pushpa Sarovar Lake is located near the Bhoramdeo temple in the Kawardha District. It is surrounded by trees and attracts a large number of different birds.

     

    Lohara Baoli - Lohara Baoli is a 100 year old well situated about 20 km away from Kawardha. The well was constructed by the Kawardha royal family. It has various chambers that were used by the family to protect themselves against the heat.

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    Palace Kawardha, Kawardha

    Rani Durgawati

    Kawardha an unknown territory is 120 kms away from Raipur in chattisgarh tucked away from the busy life we lead today. It is surrounded by the maikal range, lush green fields, forest and rich in birdlife, tribal and the

    3,000.00 Avg/night

    Hotel Kalpana, Kawardha

    Bus Stand Road

    Located at a distance of 1 km from Kawardha Bus Stand, This property in Kawardha can also be reached from Bilaspur Railway Junction (111 km) and Swami Vivekananda Airport (135 km). Major attractions include Bhoramdev Tem

    2,000.00 Avg/night

    Hotel Royal Celebration, Kawardha

    Raipur Road

    Hotel Royal Celebration, Kawardha offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This pro

    1,620.00 Avg/night

    Bhoramdeo Jungle Retreat, Kawardha

    Bhoramdeo Temple Road

    Bhoramdeo Jungle Retreat, Kawardha offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This pr

    2,500.00 Avg/night

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    Kanha National Park - Kanha National Park, spread across an area of around 1945 sq km, lies in the Maikal hills of the Satpura range. It was declared as a national park in 1955 and a tiger reserve in 1974. This national park is home to around 22 species of mammals. Some of the animals found in the national park include wild boar, common langur, tiger, leopard, swamp deer, sambar, black buck, jackal, spotted deer, striped palm squirrel and others. More than 200 bird species like spur fowl, orioles, storks, quails, pintails, spotted parakeets, egrets, peacock, pea fowl, jungle fowl and partridges can be seen in the park. The ideal time for visiting the park is from November to June.

     

    Kawardha Palace - The Kawardha Palace was built in the 1930s by Maharaja Dharamraj Singh. The palace is constructed with Italian marble and stones. It has been declared as a heritage hotel and now provides accommodation.

     

    Bhoramdeo Temple - The Bhoramdeo temple is situated 18 km away from Kawardha, amidst the Maikal mountain ranges. The temple was built between the 7th and 11th centuries by the Nagwanshi ruler, King Ramchandra Deo. The temple has been built on a 5 ft high platform in the Nagar architectural style. The Bhoramdeo temple is also called the 'Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh' as it looks like the temple of Khajuraho.

     

    Radha Krishna Temple - The Radha Krishna temple is situated close to the Bhoramdeo temple. A unique characteristic of the temple is its underground rooms where sages performed rituals. There is a small holy water tank called Ujiyar Sagar that lies adjacent to the temple.

     

    Saroda Reservoir - The Saroda Reservoir is believed to have been constructed in the 11th century. The reservoir is suitable for boating, swimming and fishing. It is also an ideal spot for watching the sunset and trekking.

     

    Madwa Mahal - The Madwa Mahal is a kilometre away from the Bhoramdeo temple. It is believed that the mahal was built in 1349 to mark the marriage of the Nagwanshi king, Ramchandra Deo and Haihawanshi Queen. There is a Shivalinga in this temple.

     

    Pushpa Sarovar Lake - The Pushpa Sarovar Lake is located near the Bhoramdeo temple in the Kawardha District. It is surrounded by trees and attracts a large number of different birds.

     

    Lohara Baoli - Lohara Baoli is a 100 year old well situated about 20 km away from Kawardha. The well was constructed by the Kawardha royal family. It has various chambers that were used by the family to protect themselves against the heat.

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