Another intact and celebrated temple at this place is dedicated to lord Vishnu. It consists of a garbhagriha, an antarala, a mandapa with kakshasana and a portico. The temple is panchratha on plan with open pradakshinapatha. The adishthana portion is richly carved showing panels of kirttimukhas, elephants, horses and human figures depicting scenes of Dholamaru, Lakshmi-Narayana, dancing Ganesa, Varaha, Narsimha, Gaja-Lakshmi, etc. The panels at the jangha level depict figures of Lakulisa, Vishnu, Ushtra-vahini, mithuna-figures and female figures in various postures. The sikhara is curvilinear with urusringas and karna-sringas surmounted by amalaka. The mandapa pillars are highly ornate showing ghata-pallava design. The door-frame is trisakha with Ganesa as lalatabimba. It is datable to circa twelfth-thirteenth century A.D.