Jain Temple

The Jaina temple consists of a square sanctuary and antechamber, each with a doorway, adjoining a hall with four columns in the middle on a raised floor area. A second doorway leads to a porch on the south, with 4 by 2 columns, probably a later addition. The walls are partly fallen on the east and west, and completely on the south. Little of the original exterior of the temple is seen. Within the sanctuary is a ceiling of rotated squares and an overturned pedestal with a carved basement. The antechamber doorway has a medi¬tating Jaina figure carved over the opening. The hall columns have basement blocks, double cap-itals and angled brackets. Of interest is the raised ceiling panel supported on slabs with ingenious interlocking joints.