A beautifully built Temple from the 9th Century AD; it is on the slope of a hill overlooking the valley. The Temple is partly rock-cut and partly structural. It has an entrance-porch, a hall and a shrine surrounded by a passage and crowned with a lofty Shikara, all of which are covered with beautiful carving. At present, Jain images occupy the shrine room and hall. However, a figure of a goddess and other sculptures indicate that the Temple was originally perhaps dedicated to Adinath.
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