This, measuring 14 by 11 by 14 feet, is a
plain, tiny-looking hut-like monolith, north of Arjuna Ratha. Above the entrance and the
niches on the three walls we find Makara Toranas (arch ornaments showing heads of the
heraldic shark). The back wall contains a relief of Durga with attendants and worshippers.
This (18 by 11 by 16 feet) stands to the southwest of
Arjuna Ratha and has the peculiar shape of a horseshoe at the back. Consequently, the roof
has also a semicircular end. But the font of the roof is waggon-shaped like Bhima Ratha.