Khajuraho is an ancient city known for its magnificent temples and intricate sculptures located in the center of India and the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. Built by the Chandela dynasty in the medieval century, the UNESCO site of the ‘Khajuraho Group of Monuments’ is famous for its Nagara-style architecture and beautiful sculptures of heroes and gods. The magnificence of the beautiful and intricate sculptures is one of the reasons that makes it a popular place to visit among tourists. Or rather it attracts tourists.

Built between 950-1050 AD by the kings of the Chandela dynasty, these temples represent various forms of meditation, spiritual education, connection through stimulating art. The temples are renowned for their craftsmanship, including fine sculptures and spectacular displays of exceptional architectural skill, making them one of the most stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. These temples are divided into three groups: Eastern, Western and Southern. Beautiful, elaborate, and expressive, the sculptures of the Khajuraho temples will leave you in awe and awe.

Around February, dance arts are organized in Khajuraho, in which classical dances of the country and abroad are organized, in which you can also participate. Plan a trip when you can also participate in the Khajuraho Dance Festival. Organizing Art and Architecture Wonderful mix of. Experience a wonderful symphony of mesmerizing classical dance performances by renowned artists from different cities and towns of India.
After seeing the beautiful Khajuraho temples-
When it comes to exploring architecture and history in Madhya Pradesh, Khajuraho becomes one of the most preferred destinations. You just can’t pass this city. Your eyes won’t take your eyes off the magnificent architecture here. It was established long ago and has been a historical and natural landmark accumulated over the centuries.
Of course, the temples dedicated to Khajuraho attract a lot of attention from travelers, but capturing the beauty of this place does not stop here.
Apart from exploring its beautiful temples, you can also visit other places of interest in and around Khajuraho. Come to this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site and see Khajuraho beyond the temples.

Meet the artist Rajkumar Jatolia

‘Art Wild Studio’ is the creative space of local artist Rajkumar Jatolia in the beautiful city of Khajuraho. His work mainly includes the finer techniques of charcoal, acrylic, watercolor, and pencil drawings. Raj mainly paints on wildlife as he is an animal lover and likes to do his bit for wildlife conservation through his art.


Kairali Ayugram offers a serene journey into the world of Ayurvedic Massage Therapy, Yoga, and Meditation. The entire complex has been designed in such a way that you feel the peace all around. Come, dedicate some time to yourself and pamper your mind and body in the splendid setting of this land.

Sound and Light Show – A Magical Evening with the Past

The fascinating sound and light show highlights the life and times of the great Chandela Kings and traces the story of the unique temples dating from the 10th century to the 11th century. The show runs in English (7.30 pm) and Hindi (8.40 pm) in a group of western temples. You get to hear the history of Khajuraho in the voice of none other than Mr. Amitabh Bachchan. The lighting makes full use of the corners and niches of the temples and overall it is a beautiful experience to watch the sound and light show at this World Heritage Site.

Raneh Waterfalls

Raneh is a picturesque waterfall located about 20 km from Khajuraho. Tourists from all over the country and abroad come here to enjoy the natural beauty. It is also a place to witness rare and breathtaking sights. The waterfall looks stunning allowing nature lovers to sit and admire the beauty. This waterfall is also near Panna Tiger Reserve.

Panna National Park and Tiger Reserve

Panna National Park is filled with natural beauty. Beyond tigers, a variety of birds and animals can be explored here. The dense teak forest adds to its many attractions and gives it a wonderful mystic touch.






According to the local legends, the Khajuraho temples have an interesting story behind their name that will leave you intrigued.

The Chandela rulers, who started the construction of temples, surrounded the entire area with a wall. About eight gates were built in the wall which was mainly used for coming or going. It is said that there were palm and palm trees on both sides of each gate. The name was derived from these trees and the temples were called “Khajura-Vatika”. In the Hindi language ‘Khajura’ means ‘date palm’ and ‘Vahika’ means ‘bearing’. The date palm tree is found in abundance in this area.
lost and Found-
The Khajuraho temples were built by the Chandelas when they ruled the region. Over the centuries, these magnificent structures were neglected as a result of the decline of the Chandela Empire. Worse, they were very sensitive to threats from invaders and rulers from the 13th to the 18th century onwards who destroyed many temples.
Originally only 20 of the 85 temples here stand today. Due to their remote location and isolation, some temples were spared. These were covered by overgrowth of vegetation and forests for centuries. These were rediscovered only in the last century and were later restored and preserved.

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