Khajuraho is a famous tourist and archaeological site known for its sculptured temples dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu, and Jain patriarchs. Khajuraho was one of the capitals of the Chandela kings, who from the 9th to the 11th century CE developed a large realm, which at its height included almost all of what is now Madhya Pradesh state. Khajuraho extended over 21 sq. km and contained about 85 temples built by multiple rulers from about 950 to 1050.
The Raneh falls view with small crater like formation was amazing to see. The crater like formation is said to be the eye of volcano that gave out lava few million years ago.
It is about 30 metres (98 ft) high. The Pandav Falls is located on a tributary of the Ken River, as it plunges over the falls to join it. The waterfall gets its name from a local legend that
Panna National Park is a national park located in Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh in India. It has an area of 542.67 km2 (209.53 sq mi).
Khajuraho Festival of Dances is celebrated at a time when the hardness of winter begins to fade and the king of all seasons, spring, takes over.
The historic town of Orchha, nestled on the banks of river Betwa, was founded in the 16th century by the Bundela Rajput Chief, Rudra Pratap. Here, the river Betwa splits into seven channels, also called the Satdhara.
Set in the Chandela Cultural Complex, the State Museum of Tribal and Folk Art in Khajuraho is an ideal place for history lovers. The museum showcases a vast collection of masterpieces..
The present museum was established in 1967 making use of the representative collection of Khajuraho sculptures from the open-air museum.