The Chathurbhuj temple belonging to the southern Group of temples at Khajuraho presumably dates back to the 1100th Century and is situated about 3 kms south of Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh state of India.
This is a modest temple and consists of a sanctum sanctorum carrying a simple Sikhara (spire), a vestibule, a mandapa (large hall), and porch.
Chathurbhuj is the only local temple, which doesn’t have erotic sculptures. There are three bands of sculptures in the temple. However, only those of the Vidyadharas (celestial beings) are more lively and expressive. Most of the other sculptures are stereotypes.