This measures 48 by 25 by 26 feet and is found north of the Dharmaraja Ratha,
with a waggon-shaped roof. The upper part of the edifice has almost been completed while
the lower part has not been finished. This leads to the conclusion that the architect
worked from the above. There are no sculptures or inscriptions on this Ratha.
This measures 16 by 11 by 14 feet and stands north of Bhima
Ratha. It is pyramidal in shape just as the Dharmaraja
Ratha. As this could be conveniently used as a shelter house, it has been somewhat damaged
through use by vagrants and
wayfarers. An attractive feature of this monument is the group of secular sculptures found
on it. There are also images of Siva with his bull, Vishnu, and Indra with his elephant.