Lakshmi Temple, Khajuraho India

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Lakshmi Temple
Lakshmi Temple at Khajuraho
Lakshmi Temple at Khajuraho
Lakshmi Temple is located in Madhya Pradesh
Lakshmi Temple
Lakshmi Temple
Location in Madhya Pradesh
Name
Proper name Lakshmi Temple
Devanagari लक्ष्मी मंदिर
Geography
Coordinates 24°51′7.7″N 79°55′20″E / 24.852139°N 79.92222°E / 24.852139; 79.92222Coordinates: 24°51′7.7″N 79°55′20″E / 24.852139°N 79.92222°E / 24.852139; 79.92222
Country India
State Madhya Pradesh
District Chattarpur, Khajuraho
Location Khajuraho
Culture
Primary deity Lakshmi
Architecture
Number of temples 1

Lakshmi temple (Devanagari: लक्ष्मी मंदिर) is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, wife of Lord Vishnu

This structure is one of the monument among Khajuraho Group of Monuments, a World Heritage Site in India.

Location[edit]

The temple is located in the Western Group of Temple Complex Khajuraho. Inside the temple complex, it is located north to Varaha Temple[1] and opposite Lakshaman Temple.

Khajuraho is a small village in Chattarpur District of Madhya Pradesh, India.

Architecture[edit]

Temple structure rests on square shaped modest (chabutara).[1] It has small sanctum.[1]

The side and back walls do not have any sculptures.[1]

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