A Jain temple, the beautiful Adinatha Temple has been designated by the Archaeological Survey of India as a Monument of National Importance.
The Kandariya Mahadeva Temple, which means "the Great God of the Cave," is thought to have been constructed during the reign of Vidyadhara, between 1025 and 1050 A.D.
Vamana is believed to be the fifth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments is displayed in the temple.
The Lakshmana temple, located in the Western Temple complex of Khajuraho, is a spectacular Hindu temple from the 10th century.
Panna National Park is located at a distance of 96 kilometres from Khajuraho, spanning the districts of Panna and Chhatarpur.
The Matangeshvara temple is among the Western temples. This is the only Chandela-era Khajuraho Hindu temple in use.
The park was founded in 1981 with the goal of conserving gharial and mugger crocodile populations.
The Javari Temple is part of the Khajuraho Group of Monuments. The Archaeological Survey of India maintains the 975-1100 A.D. temple.
Beni Sagar Dam, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Khajuraho, was constructed on the picturesque Khudar river.
Khajuraho's amazing natural waterfall on the Ken River, Raneh falls is an underappreciated and unknown tourist attraction.
Chitragupta Temple, dedicated to Lord Chitragupt and Lord Surya, is a Monument of National Importance.
The Ajaygarh Fort is located on a flat mountain in the Vindhyachal mountain range. The fort, located 80 kilometres from Khajuraho, was very important during the Chandela rule.
Beejamandal temple, also known as Vijaya Temple, is a ruined temple in Jakarta village.