The Mahalasa Temple is otherwise called the Shri Mahalasa Narayani Temple and is committed to the Goddess Mahalasa. She is adored in two particular conventions. This god was initially situated at a temple in the Salcete taluka. And afterward a little temple was worked at Verna. Later when Portuguese vanquished Goa the temple was again moved in Mardol by Shri Santeri Temple.
This wonderful temple was developed in 1567. Its patio is commanded by a seven storied deepmal or light pinnacle. An immense 'Deepstambha' made of five metals, which was worked in the seventeenth century. This astonishing column is 40 feet in stature and has 21 rings of a hundred fifty little lights. It is believed to be the biggest light of its kind in India.
The light is lit on every Sunday night times. The inward corridor of the temple has carvings of the 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu that have been stunningly painted. An expounded silver edge embellishes the entryway to the sanctum. The columns outside the temple are likewise flawlessly cut. Behind the temple is an extensive laterite-lined water tank ignored by a huge hallowed Peepal tree.