Khajuraho "the Temples of Love" have a rich
display of intricately carved statues
The vast majority of arts depict various aspects the everyday
life, mythical stories as well as symbolic display of various secular and
spiritual values important in Hindu tradition. For example, depictions show
women putting on makeup, musicians making music, potters, farmers, and other
folks in their daily life during the medieval era. These scenes are in the outer
padas as is typical in Hindu temples.
The walls of the temples of Khajuraho are luxuriantly decorated with elaborately carved sculptures.
Although temples of Khajuraho are renowned for the sex sculptures,
sexual themes make up less than 10% of the temples walls art.
most sex scene panels are in proportional balance with the non-
sexual scene panels.
The wall arts cover numerous
facets of human life and values
are major in Hindu pantheon.