Vishnu TempleNo.II

This small temple, similarly oriented north-west to face one of the paths, comprises a sanctuary opening into a mandapa of four by three columns, originally walled in one of the sides. The temple is raised on a rough tripartite basement. Columns with double- octagonal selections beveled brackets carry beams and horizontal roof slabs coated with concrete. The sanctuary doorway has roughly-worked, angled shakas. The ceiling within is horizontal. Three out of four columns of a small pavilion stand nearby to the east. Immediately to the north of this pavilion is a slab with crudely-carved Bhairava image.