Kawardha is a picturesque little town that is set in the periphery of the Maikal Ranges. The region in and around the city of Kawardha is characterized by the tribal population, which is dominated by the Gond and the Baiga tribes.
Saroda Reservoir

Saroda Reservoir in Kawardha, India is assumed to have been set up at some time in the 11th century A.D. The place is not only well served with natural as well as man-made beauties but also provides assess to those lying in the vicinity of it. One of such attractions that make one of the most interesting Excursions from Kawardha is the Saroda Reservoir, Kawardha.
Bade Mandir

Bade Mandir is one of the prominent attractions located near the Karpatri Chowk area in Kawardha city. The temple site is just 750 meters from kawardha bus stand.
Bhoramdeo Temple

The chief attractions of the Shiva Bhoramdeo Temples, Kawardha are the minute carvings on the stone that depict various deities of the region. Among these Temples in Kawardha, the Bhoramdeo Temple is situated in the midst of a mango grove.
Kawardha Palace

The Palace Kawardha, the traditional with some of the modern structures robs the town of its singular character and charm. In 1991, Maharaja Yogeshwar Raj Singh Ji decided to restore this luxurious palace into the finest luxury Palace hotel.
Madwa Mahal

Madwa Mahal is a beautiful historic monument built by Nagwanshi emperor Ramchandra Deo in 1349 AD. It is originally a Shiva temple built as the memorial of the marriage of Nagwanshi king and Haihawanshi Queen.
Radha Krishna Temple

The establishment of the Radha Krishna Temple in Kawardha, India is said to have taken place some 180 years ago by one of the ancestors of Raja Ujiyar Singh. Being one of the oldest temples in Kawardha, the Temple of Radha Krishna in Kawardha is one of the prime Holy Places in Kawardha.
Best Time To Visit Kawardha

The best time to visit Kawardha is from October to March.

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