khajuraho the Temple of Love : Group of Monuments
Culture , History , Travel and Destinations / February 1, 2018

Tourism is emerging as a potent factor in the developing economies, especially in traditional societies. The attraction of tourists, both from within a country and outside to visit different parts of the country like India is mainly because leisure, recreation sports, health and historical-cum-religious encounters since the topographic distribution of India varies from sea-coasts to snow clad Himalayas and plains rich in cultural heritage. Tourism is a worldwide phenomenon, impacting significantly on societies around the globe in various ways. Khajuraho after Taj Mahal, is the most frequently visited monument in India. Khajuraho is a unique example of Indo-Aryan architecture and World Heritage Site. It is well known all over the world for its temple architecture and exquisite sculpture. About Khajuraho Khajuraho is well known all over the world for its temple architecture and exquisite sculpture. The temples were built between the 9th and 11th centuries by the warrior kings of Chandela dynasty. It is believed that 85 temples were built out of which 25 still remain in varying degree of preservation. Khajuraho is a small village situated along a lake known as the Khajuraho Sagar. It is extended over an area of about 21square kilometres. The climate is tropical and…

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