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Holiday Destination: Khajuraho

Khajuraho is the ancient capital of the Chandela Rajputs, located in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. It is a major tourist attraction of the state, and a famous temple. In the temple architecture of India, the Khajuraho complex remains unique. One thousand years ago, under the generous and artistic patronage of the Chandela Rajput kings of Central India, 85 temples, magnificent in form and richly carved, came up on one site, near the village of Khajuraho. Khajuraho are extremely controversial yet artistic. Tourists from all across the globe visit the temples and monuments of Khajuraho. The temples of Khajuraho follow the shikhara style where the main deity if placed in the centre on a sanctum. Some temples are dedicated to Hindu deities while others are dedicated to the Jain pantheon.


Weather: Summer 21-45°C, Winter 4-32°C

Tourist Season

October to March


All the tourists have their own requirements as well as budget. Keeping in mind their convenience, various kinds of hotel are sited in Khajuraho. All the 5-star hotels make available .

General Information Of Khajuraho

State: Madhya Pradesh District: Chhatarpur Famous for/as: Heritage Languages: Hindi, English Best Season: Oct - Mar Weather: Summer 21-45°C, Winter 4-32°C Altitude: 283 m Pincode: 471606 STD code: 07686

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Khajuraho


Western Group of Temples

The largest and most typical Khajuraho temple belongs to this group. This temple is about 31 metres high. The main temple is in an almost perfect state of preservation.



Eastern Group of Temples

The Eastern group of temples comprises of Hindu and Jain temples. The largest Jain temple, Parsvanath temple belong to the eastern group.


Southern Group of Temples

Southern group. Chaturbhuj Temple and Duladeo Temple belong to this group of temples.

Ajaygarh Fort

Khajuraho, Ajaygarh Fort used to be the capital of the Chandela Rulers during their reign.The fort is an interesting menu included among the Places Of Interests In Khajuraho.What to see: Rich military architecture and a sightseeing of the surrounding locations from the hill top where the fort is located.

Khajuraho Archaeological Museum

The objects displayed in the Khajuraho Archaeological Museum are sculptures and architectural remains of the 10th and 12th century temples. The objects reflect the influences of Hindu and Jain religions. The museum now houses more than 2000 objects. Among these some of the popular ones are the Nritta Gansha,

Pandav Falls

It is encompassed by lush surroundings and is a preferred dwelling place of bears and wild cats. Near the place is a small cave that is consecrated with five sculptures of the Pandava brothers. The placidity of the Pandav falls and the overwhelming serenity that envelops it makes the place a favorite hangout amongst the tourists.

Raneh Falls

Raneh Waterfalls are located just where the Ken Gharial Sanctuary is located. River Ken one of the largest rivers in central India and it flows around the Khajuraho village, the fall is only 30m high but the gushing waters falls on vibrant rocks make a wonderous landscape. from Khajuraho auto or taxi can be hired for return journey. Also there are boats for hire to float on the river and view some savaging gharials and crocodiles.

Panna National Park

The place is renowned for diamond industry and the national park is famous for wild cats and become one of the prominent Tiger Reserves in the country. The park is famous for elusive royal Bengal tiger along with fellow rivals leopards, wild dogs. Other mammals including wolf and hyaneh, caracel, smaller cats, sloth bears, wooden area crowded with sambhar, antelops, chital and Indian deers. Chinkara and nilgai mostly graze on free grassland area. The park is also a paradise for bird lovers.



By Road

Direct bus services connect Khajuraho with Panna, Satna, Chattarpur, Jabalpur, Mahoba, Bhopal, Gwalior, and Indore



By Air

A daily Boeing 737 of Alliance Air links Khajuraho with Delhi, Agra, and Varanasi.



By Rail

The nearest railheads are Harpalpur (94 km) and Mahoba (63 km). Country buses and tongas take you to Khajuraho. The Shatabdi Express from Delhi to Bhopal stops at Jhansi (172 km from Khajuraho). Satna, 117 km away, is convenient for travelers from Mumbai (Bombay), Calcutta, and Varanasi. Taxis and buses are available from here.

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