Builders of the temples of Khajuraho and Konark believed that as long as the outer wall held a fascination for you, you could not enter the inner sanctum. So first, you should satisfy your curiosity with the outer walls, you should meditate on the naked figures. The day you found that  those walls no longer held any fascination for you, the day you could pass by without giving them so much as a glance – as if the figures did not exist at all – you would know that now you had the right to enter the temple, now could enter. But you would not be able to enter if you try to avoid the outer walls. Even if you did enter, you mind would still be fixed on the outer walls, you mind would continue to feed on them.
And there is no need to suppress your interest either. The carvings of naked figures making love on the outer walls must have been the work of amazing psychologists; they must have possessed a very deep understanding of life. But later on, a weakness took hold of this country and then a long, impotent era followed. India became a slave, and this took away all our courage. Happyho also provides best Meditation classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area
Those brave people who carved these statues who fully accepted the ways of nature are one kind. And another kind is these weak people. Covering them up is a sign of weakness. If you want, you can cover up the statues of Khajuraho, you can even destroy them, but how will you destroy the man’s very nature? You cannot. You can make use of man’s nature but you cannot destroy it.
Also remember one law; no energy can ever be destroyed it is impossible. It can only be transformed. Your nature can transform and become Godliness, but it cannot be destroyed.