It is situated in the Maharajganj. Its dimensions and shape are modest and it
faces north. It has all the essentials of a normal Hindu temple like court
yards, compound wall, pradakshana marga, garbha griha, niches for parivara
devathas, pushkarini and the like. A well built imposing portico greets us as
soon as we cross the entrance. In the main mantap, there are installed three
beautiful granite images of Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswathi.
placed on befitting elevated simhasans. They are in standing posture and adorned
with dazzling crowns and shimmering dress. There is another image of Bairav in
the same garbha griha, parivaradevatas are installed in a well built niches.
There is a separate stone statue of Parvati in the adjoining shrine. To its
right side lies another small one built exclusively for Lord Siva. It is a
modern addition and so there is a lavish use of marble, as seen elsewhere.