The Chandramouleshwara Temple in Hubli city is a 900-year old sanctuary having a place with the Badami Chalukyan period. Found near the Unkal Lake, the sanctuary is a secured landmark under the Ancient Monuments and Archeological Sites Act 1958 by the Archeological Survey of India ASIDedicated to Lord Shiva otherwise called Chandramouleshwara, the sanctuary houses two lingas. The primary holy place has four passages in four ways. The other linga is known as Chaturmukha linga or the 4-confronted ling. Highlighting columns made of dark rock stones, the sanctuary features an average Chalukyan sanctuary design. The carvings and models on the external dividers are imperative making this a prized building landmark.
A noteworthy part of the sanctuary is harmed and is in critical need of reclamation. There are no legitimate streets or billboards prompting this remarkable landmark. Endeavors are being made in making this landmark more available however the pace is very moderate.