This Lord Shiva temple is famous for its architect. Beautiful erotic sculptures are carved on stone and used to build the temple. This Temple lies on the banks of river Sakri. The curves and the angular projections of the temple here are wonderful. The facade of this Temple exhibit magnificent sculptures. Every year in last week of March, Bhoramdeo festival takes place, devotees come here in large numbers to witness the festive events.
The Bhoramdeo temple complex is not a classical one but a conglomerate of four cornerstone brick & mortar temples and a central stone-carved high dome sanctum. The aesthetics of the temple ambiance is very alluring & serene because of the verdant & bio-diversified backdrop of the Maikal Hill Ranges. According to the historical facts, the Bhoramdeo Temple was built somewhere in the late 14th century into the Common Era under the command of the Nagavanshi king of Deo dynasty, Ramachandra. The most extraordinary aspect of the temple is the lingam style temple spire which is built on the pillars and by the pillars with the non-conventional Gurur architectural style. The pillars are etched with exquisite erotic at & sculptures that rivals the carvings of Khajuraho Temples also. When visiting Chhattisgarh, the Bhoramdeo Temple is a must see destination for all and sundry.
The nearby by attractions of Bhoramdeo temple includes, the Mandwa Mahal, Bhoramdeo Sanctuary, Kanha National Park and the nearby villages to enjoy the rural India and the tribal dance.
Bhoramdeo temple can be reached by Air (Raipur airport is about 130 kms), rail, and road. Accommodation at the Bhoramdeo Jungle Retreat is available. However, travelers can also choose to stay at Raipur, where many budget hotels are available.
Bhoramdeo temple open at Sunrise to Sunset