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After eating at badri seth's we went across the lake towards the backside and there was this temple. ofcourse ruins of it. there were apparently 64 little places of worship thats why the name. very open and nice. great views.
The Chausath Yogini temple is in ruins and is the oldest surviving temple at Khajuraho. It can be accessed from the Southern side of the Shivsagar Lake located on the main Khajuraho Road. Dedicated to Devi the temple is an indication that the cult of...More
Located near western group of temples but not part of them. Dedicated to yoginis, it indicates that this place was considered as a suitable place for tantra sadhana. Nothing much is left here and hence, hardly anybody visits it.
This was built even before the western group of monuments. It is said that Tantric practics would be performed here under the blessings of 64 yoginis (devis). The Temple is deserted and is close to the western temples. Its a 10 minute walk between both....More