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Description:One of the more exotic ones propounds that since Chandela kings were followers of Tantric principles, which dictate the balance between the male and female forces, they promoted their faith in the temples they created. Other theories have to do with the role of temples themselves in those times: Sexual norms were far more liberal before the 13th Century, giving equal importance to the secular and the spiritual. Charukesi Ramadurai India's most graphic example of erotic temple art However, the best-preserved and most graphic example of erotic temple art can be found in the small town of Khajuraho in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Local women carried fresh flowers and incense sticks for their prayers, while visitors perambulated the outer corridors, gawking at the profuse and intricate sculptures that covered every inch of the walls.