This temple got its name because of the four entryways in four ways prompt the Garbhagriha. At a separation of 37 Kms from Udupi and 50 Kms from Mangalore, Chaturmukha Basadi is a Jain temple, arranged on a rough slope close Karkala. The essential divinity of the temple is Chandranatha. It is completely worked of stone and stands on a raised stone stage. The level rooftop is developed with substantial stone pieces and the temple has an aggregate of 108 columns.
This temple was submitted by Vir Pandya Deva, the King of Bairarava family in 1432 and finished in 1586. This is the most praised temple in Karkala and is alluded to in the engravings as Tribhuvana Tilaka Jina Chaityalaya and Ratnaraya Dhama. Photography is restricted inside without earlier authorization.