Well when we talk about Khajuraho, what comes to our minds of this UNESCO world heritage site is its beautiful temples and world famous erotic sculptures. But then nature has its own carvings and sculptures. Spring being one of the best of them. What about a spring in Khajuraho? Lets have a photo journey of Khajuraho with a nature’s view in all its splendid colours. What a break it would be from dancing divas on and off the temples of Khajuraho! Truly romantic! Isn’t it!
Shankaria Mahadev temple
Shankaria Mahadev temple in the western group (side view)
Flowers in the western group temple complex
Shankaria Mahadev Temple (panoramic view)
Well yellow mustard fields are the mark of the season in this part on In India
A lone Shivling standing tall amidst the ruins at the excavation site of Bijamandal
Neatly carved garden at eastern group
Sunflowers in full bloom
Riot of colours around
Whites are standing tall!
Yellow is indeed the colour of spring!
Nature has other carvings in mind!