This temple was buried under 12 feet of sand and became excavated at the same time whilst Saluvankuppam excavations were accomplished. This lies little a ways from town, on the manner towards Saluvankuppam. This is a small temple which may be very similar to Dharmaraja Ratha in its structure and design. This east dealing with double storey temple, thought assigned to Rajasimha’s duration, does now not have rampant lion pillars, which are very feature capabilities of his style and are located in all the temples attributed to him.
The temple has ardha-mandapa supported on two pillars and pilasters. The pillars are round in form with diminishing diameter in the direction of the upper cease. Above the cornice is visible ordinary association of mini shrines interconnected through cloisters. The nook shrines are with rectangular roof but the middle one is with rectangular roof. These mini shrines separate the first storey with the ground one. On the primary storey are seen niches on all four sides, however all are empty. The ardha-mandapa leads into a rectangular garbha-griham. On the lower back wall of this sanctum is a Somaskanda panel.