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The Bhoramdeo Mahotsav is a huge colorful celebration that is held inside the premises of the Bhoramdeo sanctuaries. India is a land of festivities and cultures, and the travelers get a chance to see the different cultures, traditions and flavors of the country in the name of these festivals. The natural beauty surrounding the Bhoramdeo makes it a must to explore for the tourists. The festival also gives a chance to the visitors to experience the richness of the cultures along with the music, dance, art and craft of the state.
The festival is celebrated in the Bhoramdeo temple, which is situated in Chhattisgarh, and this is also known as Khajuraho. The temple is located at Bhoramdeo. This place is 20kms away from Karwadha; the temple rests on the bank of river Sakri in Chhattisgarh.
The temple has a carved out image of the King Ramchandra of the Nag Dynasty at the entrance, and the temple has a special place in the hearts of the people at Chhattisgarh. Bhoramdeo Sanctuary, Arang, Durg, Rajim, Champaram and Sirpur are some of the places that the tourists can explore apart from the festival. There are also regular buses from the main cities like Raipur and Jabalpur to the temple site at Karwadha. The carvings and the curves depict the local culture and also attract a huge number of historical and archeological lovers at the temple. The temple also includes the palaces of Mandwa and Madan Manjari.
Bhoramdeo Mahotsav is celebrated every year. It is celebrated in the last week of the month of March, and it is best for you to plan to visit the temple when the festival is celebrated in Chhattisgarh.
The construction of the festival is credited to the focus of King Ramchandra of the Naga dynasty who married princess Ambika Devi of the Haiya dynasty. The temple exhibits fascinating architecture and is also of great relevance to historians and archeologists.
The temple complex bustles with a lot of activity when the Bhoramdeo Mahotsav is organized, and it is indeed impressive and magnificent and always a beautiful sight for the tourists. The people all look vibrant and colorful in their attires and many activities at the temple.
The festival offers a soulful experience to the visitors at the temple and offers them to explore the rich culture of the people and their local traditions. Maikal hills are one of the attractions for the tourists if you are a wildlife lover. The festival is surely an incredible experience and something you definitely should not miss. This is one of the greatest opportunistic for international tourists to know about the festivals and the traditions and their origin in India.
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