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The Lakshmana temple which is a part of the western group of temples, is another fascinating temple, built in the 10 th century, dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
It has the same architecure as the other temples The wall portion is studded with balconied windows with...More
This temple is also situated inside the western gate premises. This temple shares similar sculptures and architecture on its walls as the other temples. The walls of the temple testifies the then practice of kama sutra apart from other facts such as war, love and...More
First of the temples built in Khajuraho, laxman temple houses deity of Lord Vishnu and exhibits excellent temple architecture. Four small temples on the corners of plinth and the grand structure in centre with intricate carvings and exhibits.
Really glad we had the opportunity to come here. The details of this structure were amazing. If you go make sure you get a good guide as just walking around is great but having the carving details pointed out adds so much to the experience....More
Lakshmana temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and was built between 930-950 AD by King Yasovarman of the Chandela Dynasty. The primary idol is a sacred image of Vaikuntha-Vishnu supposedly brought from Tibet.
Serious tourists are recommended to take an Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)...More