This magnificent medieval temple, facing east, is dedicated to lord Kalyanji. It is built on a very high platform and consists of a garbhagriha, an antarala and a pillared sabhamandapa. The bhadra niches contain images of Uma-Mahesvara, Siva-Trimurti and Simhavahini goddess on the north, west and south respectively. The door-frame is intricately carved and is panchasakha. A figure of seated Ganesa is shown as lalatabimba. The sikhara is curvilinear with uruhsringas and karnasringas and a short griva surmounted by amalaka. The most noteworthy figures are of Dholamaru on camel shown on the eastern outer wall of the pillared mandapa on either side of the entrance. The temple is datable to circa thirteenth century A.D.