Shantinatha temple is a Jain temple located at Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is dedicated to the Jain tirthankara Shantinatha.The temple has been classified as a Monument of National Importance by the Archaeological Survey of India. This temple is part of UNESCO World Heritage Site along with other temples in Khajuraho Group of Monuments.
The pedestal of an Adinatha image in the Shantinatha temple bears an inscription dated 1027-28 CE. The inscription is now hidden under the plaster. The original temple has been drastically renovated and is now the main centre of Jain worship in Khajuraho
Although the present-day temple structure features modern renovations, the nucleus of the temple is quite old. It features an oblong enclosure of shrine cells depicting the sculptures. The sanctum of the temple has a 4.3 m high statue of Shantinatha. There are several other old Jain statues in the temple, including a 4.5 m high Adinatha statue from the 11th century. One of the sculpture appears to be a carving of Mahavira's parents, which is noted for its artistic execution.