The Bhoramdeo temple complex is located in the Kabirdham district of Chhattisgarh. Dated in the 14th-15th centuries, the site consists of the Bhoramdeo temple, a dilapidated structure, a site museum and dislodged sculptures placed around the circumference of the complex.
The Bhoramdeo temple is the main structure of the complex. It is a complex structure manifesting a saptaratha (seven offsets on its walls) plan. It constitutes of an ardhamandapa (entry-porch), mandapa (hall), antarala (antechamber) and a garbhagrha (sanctum). The chief sculptural programme of the temple unfolds on the bhadra (central) niches of the antarala and the garbhagrha. The interior of the temple lacks carving. The pillars and capitals are the only carved surfaces.The garbhagrha of the temple enshrines a Sivalinga, which seems to be new.
This video evokes the picturesque landscape of the Bhoramdeo while curating a walk through of the temple emphasizing on its architectural style, ornamentation and dedication.
This content has been created as part of a project commissioned by the Directorate of Culture and archaeology, Government of Chhattisgarh to document the cultural and natural heritage of the state of Chhattisgarh.