SENSUAL INDIA

Sexy and Sensual India

 

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Sexy and Sensual India

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 India is a country with a very sensual past. It is, after all, the country that brought us that classic Hindu text, the Kama Sutra. Today, travelers can still glimpse a bit of that sexy aspect of Indian history as they wander the numerous temples and monuments in Khajuraho in Madhya Prades, India about 175 miles southeast of Jhansi.

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The Khajuraho Group of Monuments, built between 950 and 1050 BC by the Hindu and Jain religious groups, were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986.

The gorgeous temples of Khajuraho continue to be actively used for religious purposes.

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The sculptures and detailing of the Hindu Temples at Khajuraho reflect the truly sensual and sexual qualities of the culture at the time. Highly erotic art and carvings cover many parts of the temples which are considered to strike a harmonious balance between architecture and sculpture. The sculptures are among the few remaining from the period of Indian history.

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The Monuments at Khajuranho afford the traveler an opportunity to stroll cool tree lined paths while enjoying Indian Architecture and Erotic Sculpture of days gone by.

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Experience Sensual India at Kjajuranho ………

                                                           And Enjoy The Adventure!

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