Khajuraho is located in the woody planes of Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh. The Khajuraho temples are one of the seven wonders of India, second only to the incredible Taj Mahal. Khajuraho is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and has the largest group of medieval Hindu and Jain temples and has awed generations of people with its architectural brilliance, intricate carvings and sculptures. The temples of Khajuraho are India's unique gift to the world, representing, as they do, a paean to life, to love, to joy, perfect in execution and sublime in expression. Apart from the poetry carved temples, Khajuraho is well known for the cultural extravaganza which is held every year from 25th February to 2nd March. The Dance festival of Khajuraho offers an elite platform to showcase the Indian classical dance forms, by which the stones of passion of the temple city will be plugged with the stunning performances of great dancers of India.

General Information
State: Madhya Pradesh
Altitude: 283 m (928 ft)
STD Code: 07686
Language: Hindi, English
Clothes: Summer: Cotton Winter: Woollens
Temperature: Summer: 47 - 21 C Winter: 32 - 4 C
Best Season: The best time to visit Khajuraho is between October and March
How to reach
By Air: Khajuraho Airport is well connected with Delhi & Agra with regular flights.
By Rail: Khajuraho has its own railways station.
By Road: Khajuraho is very well connected by road to all important cities in India like Gwalior, Nagpur, Bhopal, Raipur.