The Vishwanatha Temple, designed similarly to the Kandariya Mahadeva Temple, is dedicated to Shiva. The entrance has magnificent stone lions and a procession of elephants that guard the temple. It houses a marble shivalinga and a three-headed image of Brahma. Its most impressive structure is the 6 ft high image of the Nandi Bull. The southwest of the temple has a smaller shrine dedicated to Parvati. The southeastern group of temples is a set of relatively isolated Hindu and Jain temples dedicated to Brahma, Vamana, Javari, Ghantai, Adinath and Parsvanatha.