Duladeo Temple at Khajuraho
Khajuraho, a small town in Madhya Pradesh has an important share in the cultural legacy of India because of its temples full of exquisite sculptures. The 85 temples, of which only 25 remain intact now, were built between CE 900 and CE 1130 by the Chandella rulers.
Duladeo temple belongs to the southern group of temples in Khajuraho. It is also called Kunwar Math. Considered to be the latest temple in Khajuraho and dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple consists of a sanctum sanctorum, a vestibule, a maha mandapa (large hall) and a porch.
Since this shrine has a large collection of various erotic lovemaking sculptures, art enthusiasts it here for research studies.