The present sanctuary, worked in 1951, is the seventh reproduction on the first site. Stories of its wealth pulled in a progression of attacks, yet each time the sanctuary was attacked, it was reestablished to its unique grandness by sincere Hindu admirers. Ordering an amazing perspective from the tip of the Saurashtra landmass, kissed by the rushes of the Arabian drift, the sanctuary has been built in the Chalukyan style with a shikhara almost 50 m tall. The sanctuary's forcing engineering incorporates multifaceted carvings, silver entryways, a noteworthy Nandi symbol and the focal shivalinga. In the immense patio stand the monstrous mandapa corridor, and in addition the primary place of worship, whose delicately bended pyramidal structures overshadow the entire complex.