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Celebration in Western Group of Temples


A thousand year old temples at Khajuraho built by the Chandella kings are majestic structures Sculptured in stone. Only 22 of these temples remain today, to bear testimony to the craftsmanship of Chandella builders. Every year in March, these splendid temples come alive during the week-long festivals of classical dances.

A Fusion of the body and the sprit, as dusk falls over the ancient Chandela Shrines at Khajuraho the stillness is suddenly pierced by the sound of Ghungroos and the staccato beat of the tabla. Once again the Khajuraho festival of dance begins amidst the famous temples to create for the audience, the most spectacular and exhilarating cultural experience of the year. The juxtaposition of the dancers with the ancient temple background is a means of a spiritual communion, which is experienced not only by the performers but by the audience as well. The Khajuraho dance festival is a major attraction for lovers of art and culture of North India. Khajuraho in itself is a major tourist attraction otherwise and can be a part of a regular North India itinerary.

The routing can be Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Khajuraho, Varanasi and Kathmandu - returning to Delhi for final departure there is direct train and flight to Khajuraho.

Khajuraho Dance Festival, organised by the Madhya Pradesh Kala Parishad, is a one-week festival of classical dances held annually against the spectacular backdrop of the magnificently lit Khajuraho temples in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh state in central India.


Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh

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