Do you think sex has always been regarded as a taboo in India? Eroticism, that too on temples? Just unthinkable ! Wait, you have to change your perception in Khajuraho. Full-bodied feminine forms in erotic postures, stone friezes of gods and goddesses, kings and queens heroes, courtesans in carnal embrace adorn the temple facade. Khajuraho is a celebration of human passion in its purest form. Without inhibition.
A travel to Khajuraho, in Madhya Pradesh would take you to the land where eroticism meets religion. Built between 950 and 1050 AD, by the Chandela kings, Khajuraho remained forgotten for long. Only in 1838 a young British officer, while passing by the place, heard about the temples from the locals and could not resist the temptation to visit the site. Since then Khajuraho has continued to lure the travelers across the world.
Beautiful stone friezes of gods, goddesses, kings and heroes, courtesans, couples in carnal embrace would greet you as you travel to Khajuraho. Although the sculptures depict the human passion with utmost details, a distinct aesthetic appeal marks the sculptures in Khajuraho.