Khajuraho Group of Monuments in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh are famous for their erotic sculptures, Kandariya Mahadeva Temple and nagara style group of Hindu and Jain temples.
Khajuraho is well connected from Delhi by road and rail,UP Sampark Kranti Express is direct train to Khajuraho Railway station. The other options to reach Khajuraho is through Satna by road, Jhansi, Chhatarpur and Mahoba.
Khajuraho Group of Monuments were built by the Rajput Chandella rulers, Group of temples are Hindu and Jain temples.
Kandariya Mahadeva Temple is the largest Hindu temple in Khajuraho and best examples of medieval period temples in India.
Vishvanatha Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and part of the western group of Khajuraho Monuments.
Lakshmana Temple is dedicated to Vaikuntha Vishnu, located in the Western Temple complex.
Matangeshvara Shiva Temple is only Hindu temple in Khajuraho that is still actively used for worship.
Varaha Temple of Khajuraho is dedicated to the Varaha avatar of Lord Vishnu and one of the very few temples of Varaha in India.
Chausath Jogini Temple is one of the famous Chausath Jogini Temple in India and the only granite temple in the Khajuraho group.
Devi Jagadambi Temple is the best decorated temples at Khajuraho, dedicated to Devi Jagadambi and house most erotic sculptures.
Parshvanatha Jain Temple is part of the Eastern Group of Temples and largest among the group. There are many more jain temples in Khajuraho such as Adinath Temple,Shantinatha temple and Ghantai Temple.
Chitragupta Temple is dedicated to sun god and very similar to the nearby Jagadambi temple. Other Khajuraho group of temples are Hanuman temple,Brahma temple, Ganesha temple,Javeri temple,Chaturbhuja and Duladeo Temple.