Madhya Pradesh temples range from 10th-century Khajuraho to medieval Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh temples range from fifth-century Buddhist caves to medieval Hindu temples.
The most impressive of the Khajuraho temple in MP is the Kandariya Mahadev, which is the pinnacle of North Indian Temple Architecture style. It features over 800 sculptures depicting gods, goddess, beasts, dancers, and musicians. The UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site of Khajuraho monuments in divided into three groups: Eastern, Western and Southern. Built by Chandela rulers, these beautiful and intricate temples of Khajuraho leave travellers in awe and wonder. Known as Temple 17, Sanchi Stupa site is also home to a famous temple in MP dating back to the Gupta period.
Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga on the banks of the Narmada River famous Shiva temple in Madhya Pradesh. The city of Ujjain holds a great significance for Hindus as it is home to one of the famous Jyotirlinga temples called Mahakaleshwar. The temple during Sawan and Nag Panchami festival is visited by thousands of devotees. Kal Bhairav Temple is another popular temple in Ujjain. A historical pilgrimage site in Damoh District, Kundalpur Tirth is a renowned Jain temple in MP.
Chausath Yogini Temple in Bhedaghat, Lakshmi Narayana Temple in Bhopal, Kalmadhav Temple in Amarkantak, and Sas Bahu Temple in Gwalior are other must-see temples in Madhya Pradesh. Cities such as Orchha, Gwalior, Mandsaur, Vidisa, and Jabalpur also have some of the most famous temples in Madhya Pradesh.