October to February, the winter season is the best time to visit Khajuraho. Winters bring delightful weather ideal for sightseeing. The beautifully constructed ancient temples are a delight to visit during this time of the year. One can close explore the intricate carvings on the edifice and also walk into the museums to be amazed by the fascinating artefacts kept on display. Monsoons and summers aren't an ideal time to visit as the humidity, and scorching heat might dampen your plans.
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The Khajuraho Dance Festival is an annual dance festival that celebrates the art of dance and the cultures behind the various dance forms. The festival is held at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Khajuraho for seven days during which essential faces in the world of traditional Indian dance forms come forth and honour the platform that allows them to express themselves. The magnificent Khajuraho Temples are lit up, and beautiful classical dances are performed against this backdrop. From Kuchipudi to Bharatnatyam, From Kathakali to Odissi, dancers from all over the world will enthral you with their performances. In 2019, the Khajuraho Dance Festival will be held from 20th February- 26th February 2019.