The Khajuraho temples(950-1050 CE) are a group of Hindu & Jain temples in Madhya Pradesh. Out of 85 temples, only about 20 temples have survived. The name Khajuraho, or Kharjuravāhaka, is derived from Sanskrit (kharjura – date palm, vāhaka – ‘carrier’). These temples are famous for their intricately carved nagara-style statues & erotic sculptures. It’s designed as per Hindu vastu-purusha-mandala or grid-geometrical design. The art work symbolically highlight the four goals of life considered necessary and proper in Hinduism – dharma, kama, artha and moksha. Of the surviving temples, 3 are dedicated to Jain Tirthanks, located in SE region. All three ideas from Āgamas are richly expressed in Khajuraho temples – Avyakta, Vyaktavyakta and Vyakta.