It is smaller than the Parsvanatha and, in many ways resembles the Vamana. But, clearly, it shows a later development of the Vamana model. For one thing it is not as squat as the Vamana. For another, whereas the top row of the outer wall of the Vamana has diamonds in niches, here there is a band of flying celestials carrying garlands, playing musical instruments or brandishing weapons.
The other two rows show gods, goddesses and mythical lions. It was probably built round about AD 1100, a little after the Vamana. Of the original temple that once stood here, only the vestibule and the shikara tower above the sanctum have survived. The image installed in the sanctum is that of the first evolved spiritual leader of the Jainas, Adinatha.