Khajuraho, the mystic land of Kamasutra, in Madhya Pradesh has been attracting tourists from all across the globe since time immemorial. This small village in Chhatarpur district is world-famous for its exemplary erotic group of monuments, owing to which it has earned a place in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments, as these are commonly and widely known, is basically a collection of Hindu and Jain temples In Madhya Pradesh. All these temples are extremely old or ancient and were built somewhere between 950 and 1050 by the kings of the Chandela dynasty. It is believed that there were around 85 temples by the end of 12th century and only 25 are left now. These temples are scattered over 20 km stretch. Being such a popular tourist hotspot, reaching Khajuraho is quite easy. The destination has its own domestic airport, known as Khajuraho Airport and railway station, which connects it with other parts of India.
How to reach Khajuraho from Delhi is a very commonly asked question. However, travellers need not worry as the Khajuraho Airport, also known as Civil Aerodrome Khajuraho, is just six km away from the city centre. There are a few flights to Khajuraho from Delhi as this small domestic airport is not connected with many cities in India, it has regular flights operating from Delhi and Varanasi. Taxis and autos are easily available from outside the airport.
Khajuraho enjoys excellent road connectivity with other cities in Madhya Pradesh. Several direct buses of MP tourism are available from cities in and around Madhya Pradesh like Satna (116 km), Mahoba (70 km), Jhansi (230 km), Gwalior (280km), Bhopal (375 km) and Indore (565 km). NH 75 connects Khajuraho to all these major destinations. So, it is not a problem at all and reaching Khajuraho is quite an easy talsk.
Khajuraho has its own railway station; however the Khajuraho Railway Station is not connected to several cities in India. There is a regular train from New Delhi for Khajuraho called the Khajuraho-Hazrat Nizamuddin Express, which takes around 10 to 11 hours to reach Khajuraho. The second major railway station connecting Khajuraho with other Indian cities is in Mahoba, about 75 km away. Autos and taxis are easily available from outside both these stations.