Devi Jagdambi Temple
Devi Jagdambi Temple is the most popular for its erotic and intensely carved figures in India. It is a small and delicately balanced temple with some of the premium figurines at Khajuraho. A huge image of the goddess of the Universe is a superb shrine in The Garbha Griha.
The temple also presents an alluring image of Goddess Parvati, along with the most talked-about image, Mithuna. It is believed to be originally intricately carved panels with the images of Lord Vishnu. It has an amazing beauty of the three bands of sculptures around the temple.
The most popular largest temple in Khajuraho is Kandariya Mahadev Temple that is built in around 1025–1050 AD. It is dedicated to Shiva with a linga at the center of the Garbha Griha. The architecture and style of temple consists of ardhamandapa, a mahamandapa supported with pillars, the garba griha and the pradakshina.
The height of the temple is about 100 ft high which is decorated with sculptures of beautiful women in several stunning postures. It has southern and northern portions of this shrine that portray the most erotic sculptures.
Chitragupta Temple is an ancient shrine dedicated to Lord Surya that faces eastwards to the rising sun. it is one of the oldest monuments built in 11th century enshrines an impressive 5 ft high image of Lord Surya in a standing posture with a chariot of seven horses.
It has carved walls which depict voluptuous and full figured sura-sundaris, erotic couples. It really provides a rare feast to the viewer and has the lintel of the intricate doorway that presents three similar but smaller figures of Lord Surya.
A popular Vaman temple, dedicated to Lord Vaman - the dwarf lord, situated north of the Khajuraho village. This lovely temple belongs to the eastern group of temples present a pretty sigh of a lush greenery of barley fields as its background.
The designing of this temple architecture is similar to that of the largest temples of Khajuraho that consists of a sanctum, a single spire 'shikhara', an atrium, a 'maha-mandapa' with tangential transepts and a porch.