Lalguan Mahadeva Temple
A farther 500m west is the Lalguan Mahadev Temple, a small, ruined shrine, dedicated to the Shiva and constructed of granite and sandstone.
Built on an outcrop of granite, the temple faces west and stands on an eight feet high platform made of granite courses. This shrine shows a simple plan and design with a few ornaments and belongs to the transitional phase when structures were made partly of granite and partly of sandstone.
The body of this shrine is made largely of granite and sandstone is introduced for the veneer of the pyramidal roof and for those architectural members like pilasters and ceiling, which were required to be either carved or finely finished.The sanctum rests on six pilasters, of which the two outer ones are plain and square, while the four inner ones are similar in design to the pilasters of the porch.
The surmounting ceiling consists of two plain intersecting squares capped by a course, which is decorated with a lotus flower in relief. The interior of the sanctum is quite plain and shows no image whatsoever, though the presence of Nandi figure facing the shrine indicates that the deity enshrined in the sanctum was probably a Shiva-linga.