This Shiva temple is situated on an island formed by Pairi and Mahanadi rivers. Like all other temples of the site, this temple is also constructed upon a jagati (paltform) which is 17 feet high. However this jagati is octagonal instead of regular rectangular shape as seen in other temples. The temple is consisted of a sanctum and Mandapa. Mandapa, 26 feet long, is supported on two rows of pillars and pilasters on side walls. Like Mandapas of other temples at Rajim, this mandapa is also closed on sides. A female figure on outer pilaster is shown standing on a peacock. Cunningham suggests that this could be representation of Saraswati as a river goddess.