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Published on Dec 28, 2008
Bhoram Dev Temple is located in Chhattisgarh around 120 kms from Raipur district near village called Chhapri (district - Kawardha). The entrance of the garbh-grah of the temple is made of shining black stone with beautiful statues around it. It rises to a height of 100 feet above the ground and is a fine example of intricate and exquisite piece of sculpture. The main idols in the temple are those of Uma-Maheshwar, Natraj, Narsimha, Vaman, Krishna, Surya, Kaal Bhairava, Nritya Ganesh, Kartikeye, Tandul, Shivgang, Chamunda, Ambika, Sapta-Matrika and Laxmi-Narayan. Cunnigham had termed it as one of the most beautifully decorated temple seen by him. The Bhoramdeo temple resembles the Sun temple of Konark and the Khajuraho temple, and that is why it is also referred to as the Khajuraho temple of Chhattisgarh.