The Chausath Yogini temple is a ruined Devi temple inside the Khajuraho metropolis of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is the oldest surviving temple at Khajuraho. Unlike the Chausath Yogini temples at different locations, it has a square plan. The construction of the Chausath Yogini temple can be dated to about 885 CE. It is the earliest extant temple at the Chandela capital Khajuraho. The temple has been categorized as a Monument of National Importance by using the Archaeological Survey of India.
Ruins of Yogini temples have also been observed at different places in and around the territory formerly ruled with the aid of the Chandelas or their feudatories, inclusive of Badoh, Bhedaghat Dudahi, Lokhari, Hinglajgarh, Mitaoli, Naresar, and Rikhiyan. This suggests that the cult of the Yoginis changed into nicely-installed inside the Chandela territory. The Chausath Yogini temples are related to the Kapalika and Kaula sects. The temple is located most of the Western organization of temples on a 5.4 m high platform.