This east facing temple is located opposite to the western entrance of Rajiv-Lochan temple. Like Rajiv-Lochan and other temples in Chhattisgarh, this temple is also constructed over a Jagati which is 2 feet 8 inches high. The temple is constituted of a Mandapa, antarala and garbha-griha. The mandapa, 23 feet by 18 feet, is supported on two rows of pillars and a row of pilaster on either side. Ganga and Yamuna are present on two opposite pilasters at the entrance. There are statues on other pilasters as well. Sanctum of the temple is 15.5 feet square from outside. From inside it is guarded by two dvarpalas. Inside the sanctum is a Shivalingam known as Rajeshvar. A Nandi is placed in a small hall in between the sanctum and mandapa.