Kabirdham is a district in Chhattisgarh, The district was earlier known as Kawardha. The administrative headquarter is in the city of Kawardha. The place is known for the Bhoramdeo Temple, a complex of Hindu temples all dedicated to the most revered Hindu deity, Lord Shiva. Built in the 11th century with stone, it is located on the foothill of the thick forested Maikal range. The Bhoramdeo Temple has a unique architectural style. The erotic sculptures and carvings on the exterior walls of the temples make it quite similar to the distinct architectural style of the famous temple of Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh and the Konark Sun Temple in Odisha. It is also known as the ‘Khajuraho of Chattisgarh. Other important temples inside the complex are the Istaliq Temple, Madwa Temple and Cherki Mahal. The Open-air museum inside complex displays archaeological antiques excavated from there.
The Maikal mountain range in the Kabirdham district is densely forested with wide varieties of flora and fauna and different species of wildlife. It gives rise to many streams and tributaries of river like Narmada and Waingangā. The district is well connected by the roads with the state capital, Raipur. Raipur has its own airport and railways making it accessible to other major cities.