Hindu and Jain temples make up the Eastern Group, which lies close to the Khajuraho village. The larger group located within an enclosure is entirely dedicated to the Jain pantheon . The three Jain temples in the eastern group of Khajuraho temples are Parasvnath temple , the Adinath temple and the Ghantai temple. The three main Hindu temples of the group are the Brahma, containing a four faced lingam, the Vamana, which is adorned on its outer walls with carving of apsaras in a variety of sensuous attitudes; and the Javari , with a richly-carved gateway and exterior sculptures.
The Parsvanath temple is the largest of the Jain temples in Khajuraho. It is also one of the finest Jain temples in India. It has an image of Parshvanatha, a Jain Tirthankara in the sanctum. In fact another important temple of this group the Adinath temple is very near to the Parshvanath temple.
The Adinath temple is dedicated to the Jain saint, Adinath. The statue is about 10 feet high, and sits .It is the smallest of the main Jain temples in the enclosure. A large black statue of Adinath seated like the Buddha, in the lotus position is placed inside a small inner sanctum of the temple. One can reach there by descending some steps down inside the Adinath temple.