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What to see in Khajuraho

Khajuraho Temples

Khajuraho temples are declared World Heritage Sites. The intricate work on the sculptures and the stunning architecture are beyond description. The erotic cravings are incredible. It might be of interest to know the reasons behind carving such erotic sculptures on the temple walls.


Lakshmana Temple

Lakshmana temple is ranked second amongst the largest temples in Khajuraho. The temple was constructed between 930 AD and 950 AD. The temple is dedicated to Hindu god Vishnu. The architecture is stunning and the sculptures are exquisite.


Panna National Park

Panna National Park houses numerous wildlife species and it is ranked amongst the famous Tiger Reserves in India. Apart from tigers, you could spot leopard, hyena, wolf and many other wild creatures. Though no jeep safari is available, you are allowed to rent your jeep to make your travel round the park comfortable.


Ajaigarh Fort

Ajaigarh Fort is situated at an altitude of 206 meters on the Vindhya mountain range. Located on the flat-topped projection, the fort offers breathtaking views of the Ken river. The fort is a glorious example of the architectural excellence possessed by the artisans during Chandela dynasty.


Raneh Falls

Raneh Falls is located some 20 km away from Khajuraho. The rock formations here are stunning. Nature lovers simply adore the place as the falls is situated in a picturesque setting surrounded by beautiful forests.


Archaeological Museum Khajuraho

Archaeological Museum was constructed in the year 1910 by W.A. Jardine. The museum is located near western group of Khajuraho temples. The museum houses architectural ruins and loose sculptures, which once belonged to the temples of Khajuraho.


Jain Museum

Jain Museum was established in the year 1987. The museum houses a massive collection of various Jain sculptures. If you have a keen eye for art and sculptures, you would love to look at every collection available here.