Sound & Light Show at Khajuraho
The 10th & 11th century Khajuraho Group of Temples, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a portrait of the Chandela dynasy’s patronage for meditation, spirituality, kinship, royalty & most significantly, erotic art.
The “Sound & Light Show” at Khajuraho is a recommended evening activity for tourists which showcases in 50 minute the journey of Chandravarman, the great Chandela king and the history, facts and myths of Khajuraho temples efficiently.
It is organized in the premises of the Western Group of Temples. A state-of-the art technical display of multi coloured laser lights offers a spectacular experience for the tourists. An extremely superior acoustics enhances this experience.
This event enhances one’s knowledge about these temples. Khajuraho Light & Sound Show is organized on a daily basis usually after dusk.
This event is organized by Madhya Pradesh Tourism Department and the entrance fee per person for Indian tourist is Rs 250 and for Foreigner tourist is Rs 700. Child below 5 years is is allowed free entry. This is a non-refundable fee.
The “Sound & Light Show” at Khajuraho is conducted in the garden of the Western Group of Temples daily. More so over, an enigmatic narration by Amitabh Bachchan makes this show more glorifying.The Khajuraho Sound & Light Show is organized all days of the week.
However, in the last week of Feb, when the Khajuraho Dance Festival is organized, the Sound & Light Show is discontinued as the venue, the premises of the Western Group of Temples is same.Bad weather is a deterrent too.
Photography is prohibited.
Language : Bilingual
Timings of “Sound & Light Show” in Khajuraho :
March to September
6.30 – 7.30 pm ( English ) & 7.45 – 8.30 pm ( Hindi )
October to February
6.30 – 7.25 pm ( English ) & 7.40 – 8.35 pm ( Hindi )
Entry Tickets for “Sound & Light Show” in Khajuraho :
Indians : INR 250
Foreign Nationals : INR 700
Entry : On direct payable basis at the counter located near the venue.
Note : Tourists are advised to cross check the operational status of the “Sound & Light Show” at Khajuraho before proceeding for the venue.