Kandariya Dance Show

The performance, given by maestros and young talents of Indian classical dance, is a lyrical tribute to the Gods and Goddesses enshrined in the temples as well as a celebration of the richness of Indian classical dance forms. As you experience the performances set against the backdrop of the Chitragupta Temple dedicated to Surya (the Sun God) and the Vishwanatha Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, illuminated by the golden glow of the lamps, you will find yourself captivated in this moment of surrealism where the dancing images immortalised in the temple stone seem to come to life and dance in harmony with the classical dancers. With performances taking placing every alternate day, you can settle in for an absolutely enthralling evening.

How To Reach:

Air: Khajuraho is connected to Delhi and Agra with regular flights.

Rail: Khajuraho has its own rail head. Apart from that, the other nearest railheads are Mahoba (64 km) and Harpalpur (94 km). Jhansi (175 km) and Satna (117 km) are convenient railheads for visitors from Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Chennai, Agra & Varanasi.

Road: Khajuraho is connected by regular bus services with Mahoba, Harpalpur, Satna, Jhansi, Gwalior, Agra, Jabalpur & Bhopal.