Khajuraho The UNESCO’s World Heritage Site Khajuraho Due to its carved temples and unique mating sculptures on red sandstone and some granite stones Khajuraho attracts people from different countries of the world Khajuraho is a popular destination for foreign tourists due to its stunning architecture and peaceful atmosphere. Khajuraho is a unique and invaluable heritage of tourism in India. The unimaginable sculpture of this place is amazing worldwide. These magnificent temples were built by King Chandravarman during the Chandela kingdom. His empire was named Bundelkhand with the expansion of the power of Chandel rule. These temples were built at different times between 950 BCE and 1050 BCE for about 100 years. These temples were built by rich artisans of extraordinary talent. The temples were constructed in such a way that the sunlight would fall on the sanctum sanctorum of the temple at sunrise. The idols here seem to be very alive and speaking. Among the prominent temples located in Khajuraho are Matangeswara Temple, Lakshmi Temple Barah Temple, Laxman Temple, Parvati Temple, Nandi Temple, Vishwanath Temple, Pratapeshwar Temple, Kandariya Temple, Jagadambi Temple and Surya Temple. After the beauty and attractiveness of the temples of Khajurahos remained intact till the 12th century, these temples underwent many changes. When the Delhi Sultanate annexed the Chandela kingdom in the 13th century, it significantly reduced its beauty. the 13th century to the 18th century, the Muslim rulers greatly damaged the amazing temples of Khajuraho. The rulers of Lodhi Bansh also demolished many temples in the 14th century. According to historians, 85 temples of Khajuraho, about 20 km. Were spread over the area. But now only 22 temples are left, 6 km. in the field of Khajuraho. Many idols have also been stolen from here. Erotic images carved on the walls of temples were also considered to be against the wrong sign and religion. Later, with the efforts of people of Hindu and Jain religion, only 20–22 temples could be protected. Due to the grandeur and attractiveness of Khajuraho temples, were included in the list of world heritage in 1986 by UNESCO. There is an ancient story related to the construction of temples of Khajurahas. That Hemavati, the very beautiful daughter of a famous Brahmin of Kashi, was bathing in the river. Fascinated by the beauty of Hemvati, Chandradev changed his dress and went to her and kidnapped Hemavati. Then both of them started loving each other. Both of them had a son named Chandravarman. Hemvati raised Chandravarman in the forest. The same Chandravarman later became a heroic ruler, who laid the foundation of Chandel Bansh. Chandela Raja Chandravarman built 85 beautiful and magnificent temples in Khajurahas according to his mother’s wish. It is due to the amazingly erotic artifacts of these temples that it is included as a major tourist destination, where people from every corner of the world come to visit. The beautiful artifacts of these oldest temples are among the most beautiful artifacts in the world. The different postures of work art have been displayed by amazing erotic artworks, the images do not seem to be insidious. There were 246 artefacts inside the temple of Khajuraho while 646 artefacts were outside, but for the sake of security these were installed in the museum. Many historians and scholars have argued behind the erotic craftsmanship that sexuality has been practiced here since very ancient times. But some historians have described these artifacts as a part of the Hindu and Jain tradition, which is very important for the human body. In the temples of Khajuraho, the statues of several gods and goddesses of Hinduism are carved in a magnificent manner. Apart from this, excellent sculptures of Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh were made. Also the idols of family Sundariya and Apsaras are also inscribed. The erotic sculptures of some people here reflect the weak morality of medieval society, while a section believes that these artworks show the creative rugs of artistry. In these statues, a supernatural and blissful expression is reflected on the face of the man and woman. These sculptures tried to link sexuality with spirituality.