The Khajuraho temples, spread over an area of about 9 square miles, portray the traditional lifestyle of women in the medieval age.
The divine sculptures are a tribute to life itself, embodying everything that is inspiring and spontaneous about it. Built using sandstone, with varying shades of beige, pink and pale yellow, each contains an entrance, a hall, a entrance hall and a chamber.
The Chaunsath Jogini Temple, located on the bank of the Shivsagar Lake, is supposed to be the oldest temple in Khajuraho. This temple is unusual from the other temples at Khajuraho and depicts a style diverse from the Chandela style of structural design.