Kawardha is a city and a municipality in Kabirdham district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It is the administrative headquarters of Kabirdham district. Kawardha is also known for the “Temple of Bhoramdeo.”

Kawardha State was established in 1751 by first Ruler Mahabali Singh. During the British Raj Kawardha was the capital of Kawardha State, one of the princely states of the Eastern States Agency. In 1806 the Eighth Guru of Kabeer panth Haq Nam Saheb established a Guru Gaddi here. In 1936 Kawardha town became a municipality before independence. The famous Bhoramdev Temple is in the town.

Kawardha is located at 22.02°N 81.25°E. The total area is 798 square miles (2,070 km2). The state consists of hill and forest. It has an average elevation of 353 metres (1,158 ft).

At the 2011 India census, Kawardha had a population of 44,205. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Kawardha has an average literacy rate of 66%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 76%, and female literacy is 55%. In Kawardha, 15% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Kawardha an unknown territory is 120 kms away from raipur in chattisgarh tucked away from the busy life we lead today. It is surrounded by the maikal range, lush green fields, forest and rich in birdlife, tribal and the famous Bhoremdeo temples which is in parrallelism to the Khajuraho Temple. The gentle baiga tribe too resides her and also a whole lot of treasure awaits you.

Palace Kawardha was created using italian marble and stone, and is set in 11 acres of private lush gardens. As, you walk up the marble stairs and enter the magnificent domed and filigreed darbar hall one can just wonder and look with awe at this magnificent magnus opus . Wraparound verandahs, endless view of greenery, the sound of birds while you have a sip of tea at the verandah.

The rooms are massive and so are the baths at the maharaja and maharani suites with its own little private veranda. The other rooms are just as good and a royal feast at the dinning hall or a barbeque near a bon fire at the garden whatever the reason its time to get rejuvenated at Palace Kawardha.

The Palace Kawardha is owned and managed by Palace Kawardha Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. The company is diversified into other business also.