Khajuraho is situated in the Chhatarpur District of the state of Madhya Pradesh. Tourists come here to see the magnificent rock carved temples of Kahjuraho. The most important festival of Khajuraho is Mahashivratri.
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What to see in Khajuraho
Tourists from far and wide come to see the richly carved temples, in Khajuraho. The carvings with their distinctive graphics and intricate and erotic sculpture are the finest show pieces of Indian artistry, definitely not to be missed. You might also visit other attractions like Museum, National Park, Wildlife sanctuary, Palaces, Forts, etc here.
How to Reach Khajuraho
Railways – The nearest railway stations are at Mahoba and Harpalpur. Satna is the main railhead for people coming from Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and various other cities of India.
Airways – Khajuraho has got direct link with airports of Delhi, Agra and Varanasi.
By Road – Direct and regular bus services are available from Satna, Chhatarpur, Harpalpur, Jhansi, Gwalior Jabalpur, Indore, Bhopal, Agra and many other cities. Private cars can be arranged for tourists.
Where to Stay in Khajuraho
From deluxe hotels to moderate hotels, everything is available in Khajuraho. Some of the deluxe hotels which offer excellent hospitality are Chandela Hotel, Radisson Jass Hotel, Greenwood Hotel, Ramada Hotel, Casa Di William Hotel. Some of the budget hotels are Ashok Hotel, Ken River Lodge, Usha Bundela Hotel and many more. There are hotels which will fit everyone’s budget.
Weather in Khajuraho
Khajuraho covers an area of 16.93 square kilometers. It is situated at approximately 257 meters above the sea level. The climate in Khajuraho is hot with temperatures soaring up to 47C in summer with a minimum of 21C. Winters are cold with the maximum temperature of 32C to a minimum of 4C. Cottons are best for the summer months and woolens are required in winters. The best time to visit the place is from the months of September to March.