This is situated at a separation of 18 kms. It is drawn closer through a deviation passage climate Road around 3 kms from Mhow-Neemach Highway. This sanctuary is devoted to Lord Siva and is worked in Pachayatana assortment. It was developed in around 10-eleventh Century A.D., over low Jagati comprising of plain moldings.
It is easterly arranged Nirandhara Mulaprasada and this Mulaprasada incorporates Sapta-Ratha-Garbhagriha. The sanctuary is recta in plan and comprises of a Garbhagriha, Antarala and a Mahamandapa, all in pivot confronting East. This sanctuary is worked in Gurjara-Chalukyan style of engineering, a contemporary style of the Paramara sanctuary design.