The Jass Oberoi

Bypass Road, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, 471606, India | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Khajuraho

Moving up in the Train World.

A travel blog entry by lcdp

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... dressed in their finery as they headed off to the fairgrounds. Sixish saw us tuktuking out to the train station dreading the possibility of spending the night in ostentatious splendour.
Am more than happy to report that, probably because we gave alms to an elderly beggar, we had excellent karma and scored sleeping berths that were a definite improvement on the previous ironing board on the Jhansi trip. We shared the ...

India - Khajuraho

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... Khajuraho has a population of 23,000 but local people insisted that it had only 10,000 inhabitants. In any case it was very tiny, actually more a village rather than a town. It has quite a nice countryside. Khajuraho is divided into two parts: Old Village and New Village. The original residents live in Old Village, while newcomers usually settle down in New Village. We also stayed in New Village where not only all the hotels but also the Western Group of temples, which is the ...

Khajuraho

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav

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... see nirvana through sex and this was celebrated on the temples. It is sad in a way that Khajaraho is most well known for the erotic sculptures as they only represent about 10 percent of the panels. The panels are universally beautiful and the fact that they survive in such an intact form is truly remarkable. They were assembled using no mortar but like a jigsaw using mortise and tenon joints. The fact that some blocks weigh 20 tons make it all the more incredible. Our guide ...

Khajuraho: Ancient Temples, Dancing and Dogs!

A travel blog entry by twogirlsonetrip

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... where they presented us with a traditional dance from every Indian state. There were dances with bangles, dances where they picked each other up, and a punjabi dance where the boys dressed up like Sikhs with masks on, so they had beards. This was colorful and fun and the narrator was to die for because she used such sexual language in describing all the dances. We also heard the recognizable tune, "We are Proud of India," that we had also heard at the ...

Varanasi to Khajuraho

A travel blog entry by bevbag

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... the school in the form of books and pens and the such like. Also, you can't give to them all. People talk of the sound and light show at the main temple area of Khajuraho. Some say that the show, which lasts an hour, is 45 min too long. I would agree, in fact I think I would not bother if I had my time over. It will be interesting as to what my view is after seeing them in the daylight. Tourism is down here at the moment, well down on the usual, so everybody is out touting for a ...

Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Bypass Road, Khajuraho, is near Khajuraho Temples, Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi, Mahadeva Temple, and Parsvanath Temple.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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