This west dealing with cave temple overlooks the Koneri tank consequently named so. There are facet via aspect excavations, one is very a good deal incomplete even as the alternative one is higher finished. The higher portion of the front facade is nicely ornamented with rectangular mini shrines and chaitya arches. There are 5 rectangular shrines linked with six intermittent cloisters. Below those shrines is the chaitya arches ornament. There are general ten of such arches and each has a peeping human face inside. These faces are looking in the course in their respective shrines.
The cave temple is excavated right into a rectangular corridor which include two bays. It has rows of pillars, having four pillars and two pilasters in each. The front row has pillars akin to the feature Mahendra style with rectangular section at pinnacle and the bottom and an octagonal phase in between. The pillars inside the inner row are distinctive from that of the the front row and display an advanced stage. These pillars are cylindrical at bottom but multi-faceted above. These are slim, slimmer and feature a bulbous abacus on the pinnacle. These are also ornamented with creeper and flower designs. As those pillars do not have seated lion base, consequently those may be termed as a transitional phase from the Mahednra fashion to the Mamalla style.