It is one of the most ancient monuments which is undamaged till date. Today Khajuraho attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world.
The temple of Hemavati was build after a young woman named Hemavati after whom the Khajuraho temples have been constructed. The temple is a must see for every visitor because of its marvelous carvings and sculptures inside the temple.
The Kalinjar fort houses a range of beautiful ... More monuments and sculptures. Due to its unique architectural design the fort had no other fort as beautiful as the Kalinjar fort.
The Kalinjar fort is elevated at a height 1000 feet. The fort also has seven huge gates or the Darwaza as called in Hindi.
Khajuraho is a well renowned for its massive erotic sculptures : somebody says that these reflect the behaviour needed in front of the divinities.
Khajuraho is also famous for its temples. Majority of the temples in Khajuraho are mainly Jain and Hindu temples.
The Khajuraho temples show a very distinct style of architecture. Most of the temples present were built during the pre-historic times.
Khajuraho is the name which results from the Hindi ... More word called Khajur meaning Date Palm.
The village of Khajuraho is elevated at an average height of 283 m above the sea level. The Khajuraho is typically a cultural type of village.
As per the 2001 India census the population of Khajuraho was 19,282.
Tropical type of climate is mainly observed. In summers the mercury rises up to 46ºC where as in winters it falls down to 4ºC. The village receives a considerate amount of rainfall up to 114 cm.
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