The temple faces west and consists of a garbhagriha, an antarala, a square mandapa with kakshasana and a porch. The sanctum is pancharatha on plan. The sikhara was of the northern type but now only its lower part is preserved. The mandapa and portico are roofless. The pillars of mandapa are richly carved showing ghatapallava, kirttimukha and bell motifs, attesting impact of Pratihara art. The doorjamb has three ornate sakhas and shows Vaishnava dvarapalas at base and Ganesa figure on the lalata. The garbhagriha lacks the enshrined image. The temple is built over an underground step-well. It is datable to circa twelfth-thirteenth century A.D.