The Khajuraho temples are located in Khajuraho, in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. These temples were originally constructed by the Chandela dynasty. The temples are located in and around the state of Bundelkhand. Out of all the temples located in Khaujraho the ones belonging to the sacred Jain dynasty are considered to be the most sacred. These Jain temples are located in the eastern portion of the city. As you visit these ancient Jain temples one can see a very clear depiction on the lives of the people belonging to the ancient era.
The Jain Temples can now be seen bounded by many walls which were designed towards the starting of the Twentieth century, and these do not include the well known Ghantai forehead. There are two temples which were quite sacred and are still very well maintained. The well known Parshvanath forehead can be seen which contains the wording of the designer Pahil and goes back to 954 AD. One can see how he significantly he had contributed to the landscapes. The forehead demonstrates the great Chandella Dhanga as the ruling master.
The pious Adinath Temple, the Shantinath temples can also be seen. The Shantinath Temple is an exquisite example of many sacred temples along with shrines.