Kadwaha ( Lat.240 55 N. and Long 770 55 E ) is located about 16 kilometers away on northern direction from Isagarh Tahsil and about 40 kilometers from Chanderi on northwestern side in district Ashoknagar of Madhya Pradesh. Kadwaha is a small village with the population of about five thousand is very well connected with Ashoknagar, Guna, Shivpuri, etc., by motorable road. The nearest railway station and airport are Ashoknagar and Gwalior respectively. The name Kadwaha was anciently known as Kadamb Guha. Kadwaha is much popular for large numbers of temples and sculptures of Kachchhapaghata dynasty of 10th - 12th century A.D.
Though they patronized Saivism and Vaisnavism but they were tolerance towards Jainism and Buddhism too. It is also said that the Kachchhapaghata rulers donated the Kadwaha region to Mattamayura cult of Saivism and the head priest was Mahanta to supervise the day today affairs.
The region of Kadwaha is very well acknowledged because of the existence of various group of temples belong to Kachchhapaghata dynasty. Altogether, 15 temples are positioned in Kadwaha village named as various groups such as Bag group, Khirna group, Talao group, Pachli Marghat, Group -7.Presently, the temples are located within the cultivated land (Fig.3).
The temples at Kadwaha are centrally protected and being looked after by the Bhopal Circle of the Archaeological Survey of India.