Bhoja-Bhima temple may be taken to have been built somewhere in the second quarter of the
11th century A.D.
From the Prabhandha Chintamani of
Merutungacharya we gather that Mayanalladevi, wife of Kama Raja (son of Bhimadeva) and
mother of Siddharaja, visited the temple and on finding that the local ruler, Panchakula,
was troubling the pilgrims asked her son to abolish the tax. About A.D. 1100 Jayasimha
Siddharaja himself made a pilgrimage to the temple with the avowed motive of getting a
son, but there is no evidence to prove that he did anything towards its repairs.