The Bhoramdeo temple, the ‘Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh’, located at Bhoramdev. It is located around 21 kilometres away from Kawardha. The coordinates are 22°6’55″N 81°8’53″E. It captivates 11th century Lord Shiva temple complex. The curves and the angular projections of the temple is a perfect representation of all the structures depicting the local style of architecture. The façade of such Shiva Bhoramdeo Temples are magnificently depicted by the temples. The main temple is built in stone. The architectural features with erotic sculptures is a distinctive feature which is similar to the Khajuraho temple and the Konarak Sun Temple. This is the reason why the Bhoramdeo complex is also known as the “Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh”. The Madwa Mahal is another temple which is situated at about 1 kilometre from Bhoramdeo. The literal meaning in local dialect is the marriage hall, it is also known as Dullhadeo. The temple has an unique Shiva Linga erected over 16 pillars which was in 1349 during the reign of Ramchandra Deo of the Nagavanshi Dynasty.