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Kawardha Palace

Built in the 1930s, the Kawardha Palace, Kawardha is a heritage site that is situated in the Maikal Hill. The palace now houses a world class hotel that bears the same name as the Kawardha Palace in Kawardha, India.

History of Kawardha Palace, Kawardha:

The Palace of Kawardha is said to have been designed and built under Maharaja Dharamraj Singh between the period 1936 and 1939. It now forms one of the prime Tourist Attractions in Kawardha.

Description of Kawardha Palace, Kawardha:

The Palace in Kawardha, Chhattisgarh is situated in the Maikal Ranges at an altitude of 941 meters above sea level. The palace spreads over eleven acres of land and is built with Italian marble and stone.

The main gateway to the Kawardha Palace is known as the Haathi Darwaza, (which means Elephant Gate in Hindi). The structure marks the royal processions of the past that were headed by elephants. A splendid domed and filigreed durbar hall of Kawardha Palace, Kawardha is also marked by the marble staircases and the graceful courtyards.

Kawardha Palace, Kawardha is easily accessible from Raipur (140 kilometers from Kawardha), which is the capital of the State of Chhattisgarh. The city is lies at a distance of:

  • 124 kilometers from Bilaspur
  • 240 kilometers from Jabalpur
  • 329 kilometers from Nagpur and
  • 95 to 140 kilometers from Kanha that is subjected to which part of the park you would be visiting.


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