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471606, Madhya Pradesh,, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India
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Chitragupta Temple, Khajuraho
Inside main temple
Travel Tips for Khajuraho
There are plenty of cheap internet places around and they're pretty quick. If you're travelling on to Orchha, make sure you get all your emailing etc out the way as the internet in Orchha is slow - I mean dead slow, just 33.6kbps. So it's really virtually unusable.
Sculptures of Khajuraho - Erotica 3
When the temples of Khajuraho were rediscovered in the 19th century by a British officer, TS Burt, he was quite shocked, and apparently described the carvings as being 'a little warmer' than necessary!
Looking at this depiction of what appears to be bestiality, one can sympathise!
The most famous images from Khajuraho's temples feature people who are generally not wearing anything at all, but when they are clothed, they will often have elegant outfits such as that of the gentleman shown in this picture... I really love this fashion aesthetic... We need one of the big famous fashion designers to take a trip out here and rekindle the Chandela vogue...! If anyone knows Vivienne Tam or Issey Miyake, let's get them working on this...
Festival of Dance 25 Feb to3 March
The Khajuraho Festival of Dances draws the best classical dancers in the country who perform against the spectacular backdrop of the floodlit temples every year in February/March.
The past and the present silhouetted against the glow of a setting sun becomes an exquisite backdrop for the performers.
In a setting where the earthly and the divine create perfect harmony - an event that celebrates the pure magic of the rich classical dance traditions of India. As dusk falls, the temples are lit up in a soft, dream-like ethereal stage.
The finest exponents of different classical Indian styles are represented - Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Odissi, Manipuri, and many more.
WIldlife in the Panna National Park
It's a large park, and they sell it as a 'safari experience'. The only dangerous and 'wild' animal i've seen was this 'big bird'. Maybe wrong time of the year or just bad luck, but i think it's not worth while visiting. Only if you have nothing else to do (??) and some time left it can be somthing else, then all day long visiting temples. For sure you cannot compare this to an african safari...
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