Kabirdham district is one district of Chhattisgarh state in central India.Formerly, this district was known as Kawardha District. The city of Kawardha is its administrative headquarters.
Geography of Kabirdham
Geographical area of Kabirdham district is 4447.05 sqkm. Boundaries of Kabirdham district touch Dindori in north side, Rajnandgaon in South side, Bilaspur and Durg in east side, and District Balaghat in west side. The northen and western parts are surrounded by Maikal mountain ranges of Satpura.
Main Rivers : The main rivers of the district originate generally from Maikal mountain range.
Here the highest peak is Kesmarda in Maikal mountain which is 925 meter high , while the minimum height is 320 meter.
Latitude of Kabirdham city : 21.32' to 22.28' North
Longitude of Kabirdham city : 80.48' to 81.48' east
About Kabirdham District
On 6th of July, 1998, Kawardha District came into existence by merging Tehsil Kawardha from District Rajnandgaon and Tehsil Pandariya from District Bilaspur under the notification of the government of Madhya Pradesh.
Kabirdham District is a peaceful and attractive place located on the southern bank of river Sakri. Due to the advent of Kabir Sahib and the establishment of the seat of descendants of his disciple Dharmdas, it was named as Kabirdham.
Tehsils in Kabirdham District
Kabirdham District divide into 4 Tehsils
Colleges in Kabirdham District
Govt. Polytechnic, Kabirdham College Kabirdham
S.K. College of Agriculture and Research Station, Kawardha
Govt. College Kabirdham
Govt. College, Shaspura, Lohara.
Govt. College, Pandariya.