About Jagadambi Temple
Famous as Jagdambika Temple, the ancient monument dates back to 1000 to 1025 AD. Built as a shrine of Lord Vishnu, the temple portrays civilisations and cultures from the bygone age, captivating the visitors. There is a belief amongst a few others that the shrine was dedicated to the Goddess Parvati (Maa Kali), and a beautiful image of her adorns the temple.
One of the most fascinating tourist places in Khajuraho, the temple strives to satiate your curiosity.
Timings: The temple remains open for visitors from 07:00 AM to 06:00 PM every day.
Entry Fee: No entry fee is charged.
Location: Jagadambi Temple, Rajnagar Rd, Sevagram, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh.
Distance from Khajuraho Bus Stand: The temple is located at a distance of 1.6 km from Khajuraho Bus Stand.