Kawardha Palace built by Maharaja Dharamraj Singh
Kawardha Palace in Chhattisgarh is a beautiful monument, located at about 140 km from Raipur in Chhattisgarh. The stunning Kawardha Palace was designed and built by Maharaja Dharamraj Singh between the period 1936-39 AD, using Italian marble and stone. Its area is spread across 11 acres of lush green landscaped gardens. Kawardha Palace is surrounded by the beautiful and scenic Maikal hill ranges. It is an interesting attraction place worth visit. It is a superb architectural blend of Italian, Mughal and Colonial styles. The temple is founded in the year 1930, it is made up of Italian marble and stones by Maharaja Dharamraj Singh. It is a wonderful palace, presently used as a heritage hotel for a number of tourists. The other attractions are Radha Krishna temple, Madhwa Mahal, Bhoramdeo Temple. The temple is situated in the city of Kawardha which is a municipality in Kabirdham district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Kawardha is also known for the “Temple of Bhoramdeo.” State was established in 1751 by first Ruler Mahabali Singh. Kawardha was the capital of Kawardha State during the British rule.