The biggest tourist attractions in Khajuraho are undoubtedly the erotic sculptures on the temples. Perfectly carved figurines depict the scenes and postures straight from Kamasutra – the ancient Indian erotica. But the artists’ imagination and aesthetics reign supreme as the theme celebrates eroticism.


By Air:-
The airport in Khajuraho is well connected to many cities in India. During tourist season, the Flights frequency is often increased. From the airport the town is quite close by and can be reached by a tourist coach, bus or taxi.

By Rail:-
Khajuraho has its own Railway Station which is just around 5 km from the main town. At present only a few trains from selected destinations arrive at this station. The nearest major railway station is the Mahoba Junction situated 75 km away. Trains from major cities in India stop at the Mahoba station. From here one can hire a taxi or bus to reach Khajuraho.

By Road:-
Khajuraho is well connected with many cities in and around Madhya Pradesh by road. The road to Khajuraho is connected to National Highway Number 75 and is easily accessible from all across the country. Both state transport and private operators provide ordinary, semi-deluxe and deluxe buses for traveling to Khajuraho. Private taxis and coaches are also available to reach here.



Western group of temples:-

Western group of templesSculptures on these temples are the biggest of all tourist attractions in Khajuraho. The temples of this group cluster near the left of the entrance. The Kandariya Mahadeo temples are the largest and architecturally most perfect. Here lie the ruins of Chausath Yogini Temple, which is believed to the oldest in Khajuraho. Matangeshwar Temple features a huge Yoni pierced by a 2.5mtrs Lingam. This is the only temple, which is still worshipped.




Eastern group of temples:-

eastern-group-of-templesThese temples stand on the bank of the river Khajur. Javari Temple, Vamana Temple, Brahma and Hanuman Temple are the notable ones.






Jain group of temples:-

jain-templeThe Jain groups of temples are also referred as Southern group of temples as they lie on the southeast side of the old village. Parsvanath Temple is the most reputed of all of them.






Panna National Park:-

Panna National ParkOnly 25kms away from Khajuraho, the national park sprawls over an area of 543 sq. km. along the eastern bank of the Ken River. Gurgling brooks and chirpy waterfalls make a perfect setting for the exotic wild lives including tigers.





Rane Falls:-

Rane FallsSome 20kms away from Khajuraho, the Ken River plunges down to a 5 km long, 30mtrs deep canyon, giving birth to the spectacular Rane Falls. The crystalline granites on the backdrop present a mesmerizing pallet of color from pink to gray.






Khajuraho dance festival:-

held during in February or March, adds to the tourist attractions in Khajuraho.






Khajuraho is a prime destination in India, which draws a huge number of tourists every year from across the world.Shopping in Khajuraho would turn out to be a pleasant experience if you know what to buy and where. The ace craftsmen of Khajuraho have over the years developed a tradition of handicrafts and handlooms. Textile weaving is a major craft in Khajuraho. You may pick up from the variety of saris and other Indian wear while shopping in Khajuraho. Miniature stone-carved replicas of erotic sculptures are hot favourite items for shopping in Khajuraho. They display great flexibility and imagination! If you are looking for souvenirs to take back, these are of course the best bet.

North as well as Central India is famous for its rich and different recipes. At the world famous Khajuraho you can appreciate genuine veggie, poultry and delicious mutton kababs and chicken biryani. A unique intricacy of renowned Khajuraho is a bowl called great Bafla. Created of whole grain and saturated in butter (or ghee), it is provided with dried beans and candies. Usually after a round of delightful Bafla dish, you are provided with lovely sweets

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