The Kiradu Ancient Temple is a gathering of five sanctuaries situated in Hathma town, around 39 km from the city of Barmer. As per an engraving having a place with 1161 AD, Hathma was once known as Kiratkoop and was the capital of the Panwara tradition.
The biggest among the gathering of five is the Somesha Temple which was worked in the eleventh century and is committed to Lord Shiva. This sanctuary has a multi-turreted tower and models of the different divine beings and goddesses of Hindu folklore. The internal chamber has a figure of the god and at the base there is a lotus in a conversely bended shape. The vast majority of the sanctuary carvings delineate scenes from the Ramayana. The sanctuary dividers contain figures of apsaras and vyalas. The other four sanctuaries are committed to Vishnu and Shiva.