This temple has a 65ft Shiva statue, an artificial pond resembling the Manasa Sarovar Lake, and caves. The replicas of Jyothirlingas are a major tourist attraction. The cave-like walkthrough is located behind the statue. It is extremely crowded on the festival of Maha Shivaratri.
One can't see or feel any kind of Bhakti in this temple, because at each move inside the temple there will be a person located for collection of money which creates such a disturbance for the concentration on Bhakti. On each step the devotees will be concentrating on the money boxes (Hundi in kannada)/people standing to ask money as offerings. After coming out, one feels as if one has come out of a commercial Shiva temple.