Khajuraho

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"Khajuraho is a little town situated in the district Chhatarpur of Madhya Pradesh towards the northern side. It is also popularly called the ‘land of the moon god’. Khajuraho is well known for its several ancient monuments that have borne the brunt of time and are still standing. UNESCO has recognized these monuments which are groups of Jain as well as Hindu temples of medieval times. These temples are well known for the erotic sculptures on them which have been carved by humans. These are listed amongst ‘the seven wonders of India’ by UNESCO. The nearest airport to the city is the Khajuraho airport. The nearest railhead is the Khajuraho station."

Places to visit:

Eastern group of temples: The eastern group of temples are located on the outskirts of the town of khajuraho. The temples consist of beautiful architectural designs and sculptural ostentation.

Western groups of temples: the kamasutra carvings and their splendour are experienced at the western groups of temples. They are clubbed with compounds which include a variety of temples such as Kandariya Mahadeo temple, Lakhmana temple, Chitragupta temple and others.

Southern groups of temples: they are situated at about 5 kilometres from the city of khajuraho. The southern group of temples mainly has two temples-the Chaturbhuj temle and the Dhuladeo temple.

Khajuraho archaeological museum: This museum acts as a paradise for those tourists archaeologists who are interested in heritage as well as history. In1910, Rare collectables of khajuraho temples were gathered by a local British officer named W.E jardin.

Languages spoken: the temple has exquisite animal and human figurines. Jain temple is situated in the jaisalmer fort.

Languages spoken: The commonly spoken languages in the city are Rajasthani, Hindi as well as English.

Best season to visit Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer has searing hot summers and the temperature lies in the range between 25 degrees to 49 degrees. The summer season starts from the month of March and continues till July. Rainfall is scanty in jaisalmer. The temperature during the winters remains pleasurable. The winter season begins from the month of October and continues till February. Thus the best time to visit jaisalmer is during the months starting from October and continuing till February as during this time of the year the weather is quite pleasant.

How to reach Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer can be reached by air. Jaisalmer has its own airport which is situated at a distance of only 5 kilometres from it. The Indian air force supervises the airport and major Indian cities such as New Delhi, Jaipur and Jodhpur are connected to Jaisalmer through this airstrip. We can also reach jaisalmer through rail. A broad gauge connects Jaisalmer with Jodhpur. Express trains have a stopover at the railway station of the city. Excellent roadways connect the city of jaisalmer to major cities like Udaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Barmer, Ahmedabad and Bhuj.

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