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Introduction:

Khajuraho Dance Festival is held annually for a weak in between the month February and March. The seven days musical extravaganza is promoted by the Tourism Department of Madhya Pradesh where many renowned and famous artistes and performers takes participation. Indian classical dance Styles like Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Odissi, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Kathakali with modern Indian Dances are the main attraction during the festival days.

Time to Celebrate :

Khajuraho Dance Festival is held between February and March every year.

Description :

The basic purpose of organising the dance festival in Khajuraho is to promote the historical place in front of the world. Khajuraho’s ancient temples which was built during 11th and 12th century capture all forms and moods of life and became a perfect destination for representing the Indian cultural dance forms. The function takes place in front of Chitragupta Temple of Sun and Vishwanatha temple of Lord Shiva. These temples comes under the western group of temples those are well managed, largest and easily accessible from other temple groups of Khajuraho.
The dance performances presented by various best artists who comes from different corners of the country and show their best talents. The dance forms presenting during the festival are supreme and acquire divinity with their magnificent arts. Apart from dance performances, the festival is also become the witness of many other artifacts and exhibitions.

Details

Start:
20 February @ 12:00 am
End:
26 February @ 12:00 am
Cost:
Free
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