From 10th to 12th centuries several sand stone temples built in Khajuraho (Madhya Pradesh) This temples spread across an area of 20 sq km, the monuments of the town are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temples This temples are dedicated to the deities of Hindus and Jains.
The temples are world famous for the erotic cravings, which can be seen along other cravings depicting the activities of routine life. It is believed that there were over 75 temples in the area but right now awe can see only 20 temples. and divided into three zones – eastern, western and southern. The Western zone consists of the most famous temples; the largest temple of Khajuraho, Kandariya Mahadeva Temple, falls under this zone.
Festivals :An annual Khajuraho Dance Festival, celebrating classical dance forms of India, is held against the background of Chitragupta or Vishwanath temple in the first week of February.
How to go : Khajuraho group of monuments are located in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, in Chhatarpur District, about 620 kilometres (385 mi) southeast of New Delh.
Some train routes from Hyderabad
Hyderabad to Jhansi-Khajuraho
Hyderabad to Datia - Khajuraho
Hyderabad to Bargarh - Khajuraho
Hyderabad to Gwalior - Khajaraho
Hyderabad to Morena -Khajuraho
Hyderabad to Manikpur - Khajuraho
By Air: Khajuraho Airport, located at a nearby distance of around 5 km from the heart of the city,
is the nearest airport to the place. Following are some of the major airlines operating from that airport:
Air India: These flights connect the area to the cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Varanasi.
Jet Airways: Offers flights to Delhi and Varanasi.
Kingfisher: They have flights to the city of Varanasi.
By Rail: Khajuraho Railway Station that has got direct trains from Agra, Jhansi, New Delhi
Varanasi is the nearest railway station in the place. However, rail tickets can not be purchased from that station.
To buy a train ticket, one needs to visit the main bus terminal of Khajuraho, which is just about 1 km from the town, or book it online.
By Road: Khajuraho is linked with the neighboring areas through regular bus services. These areas include Agra,
Allahabad, Bhopal, Chhatarpur, Gwalior, Harpalpur, Indore, Jabalpur, Jhansi, Mahoba, Panna, Sagar, Satna and Varanasi.