The Western Indian and the Deccan temples, basically evolved from the North Indian style.
Early temples of this style are:
Lakshmana temple at Sirpur
Vaidyanatha Mahadeva temple at Baijnath
Sikara temple at Baroli
Kesavanarayana temple at Amarkantak
Viratesvara temple at sohagpur
The temples at Kajuraho represent the typical Vesara style. The Chandellas used the coloured sandstone (pink, buff colour or pale yellow) to construct these temples. Granite stone temples also exist. These temples dedicated to Saiva, Vaishnava and Jaina sects do not show great variation in style between one another.
The prime temples of this tyle are:
Kandariya Mahadeva temple
Charsath yogini temple (rough granite)
Lalguan Mahadeva temple (Partly granite & sandstone)
Devi Jagadambi temple