Things to do in Khajuraho

Things to do after seeing the beautiful temples - In Khajuraho

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When it comes to exploring the architecture and history in Madhya Pradesh, Khajuraho turns out to be one of the most preferred destinations. You simply cannot get over this town that was founded long, long ago and has accumulated a historical and natural landmark over the centuries.

The temples of Khajuraho, no doubt, do get a lot of attention from the dedicated travelers but capturing the beauty of this place doesn’t stop here. 

 Apart from exploring its beautiful temples, you can also look forward to taking a tour to other points of interest in and around Khajuraho. Come to this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site and explore Khajuraho beyond temples. 

Meet the Artist RajkumarJatoliya @ Art Wild Studio

‘Art wild studio’ is the creative space of local artist RajkumarJatoliya in the beautiful town of Khajuraho. His work mainly includes fine techniques of charcoal, acrylic, watercolor and pencil drawings. Raj paints and portrays paintings majorly on wildlife as he is an animal lover and loves to do his bit for wildlife conservation through his art.

Pamper Yourself @ KairaliAyurgram 

KairaliAyurgram offers a tranquil journey into the world of ayurvedic massage therapy, yoga, and meditation. The entire campus is designed in a way that you experience the peace all around. Come, dedicate a little time to yourself and pamper your mind and body in the splendid settings of this land. 

Sound and Light Show- A Magical Evening with The Past

The fascinating sound and light show evokes the life and times of the great Chandela Kings and traces the story of unique temples from the 10th century to the 11th century. The show runs in English (7.30 pm) and Hindi (8.40 pm) at the Western group of temples. You get to listen to the history of Khajuraho in the voice of none other than Mr. Amitabh Bachchan. The light makes full use of the corners and niches of the temples and all in all it is a beautiful experience to watch the sound and light show at this mesmerizing World Heritage Site. 

Raneh Waterfalls

Situated about 20 km from Khajuraho, Raneh is a picturesque waterfall. Tourists from all over the country and abroad come here to enjoy the natural beauty. This is also a place to witness rare and breathtaking views around. The cascading waterfall looks stunning thereby giving an opportunity to the nature lovers to sit and adore beauty at its best.  The waterfall is also close to Panna Tiger Reserve. 

 Panna National Park and Tiger Reserve 

Panna National Park is completely engrossed by natural beauty. Beyond tigers, one can explore a variety of birds and animals here. The dense teak forest adds to its many charms and lends it a wonderfully mystic touch. 

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