This temple seems to have changed its dedication possibly with a change of the faith of its ruler. Jagadambi is another name for Parvati, the consort of Siva. But the lintel of the sanctum has a four-armed Vishnu. The sculptures of the gods have been wrought with particular finesse and the images of the sura-sundaris, or celestial maidens, are particularly appealing.
In between the two temples, and sharing the same platform, is a small pavilion. This is the portico of a Siva shrine: the rest of the shrine has fallen. There is an interesting sculpture in this pavilion. It is a sardula: a fabulous, heraldic creature represented as a rampant, horned lion though the horns on this sardula seemed to have been shed.