Sahastra Bahu Temples is a tenth century sanctuary complex and is devoted to Lord Vishnu. Incredible Kachhwa King Mahapala was constructed this sanctuary. The term 'Sas-Bahu' recommends 'Relative and Daughter-in-law' separately. Notwithstanding, it is most likely only a neighborhood debasement of the first Sahastra-Bahu name, signifying 'one with thousand arms', a type of Vishnu.
The fundamental access to the sanctuaries is made through an entryway that has cut lintels and a multi-lobed curve in its center. Both the structures are laid out on a same arrangement having a holy place, a mandapa ordered supplication lobby with projections and a yard. The sanctuary of Sas is nearly bigger than that of the Bahu.
The Sas sanctuary is encompassed by ten auxiliary places of worship and has a torana opening in the front and it is more plentifully adorned than the littler Bahu sanctuary. The Bahu sanctuary has an octagonal roof which is enhanced with eight multifaceted female figures. It is trusted that the picture of the Lord Vishnu was swung from the torana alongside psalms in the acclaim of master on stylized events.