The central shrine is larger than the corner shrines. It is square in plan and is sarvatobhadra i.e open on all four sides. The ceiling of the sanctum is unconventional. At the phase of transition, trefoil squinches are used to support the octagonal ribbed vault of the shikhara. Inside the garbhagriha, the linga is provided with two yoni pithas. The outer pitha is a later addition. The temple is still in worship. The interior of the garbhagriha has changed considerably. Inside are images of several such deities as Ganesha, Surya, Vishnu, Durga Mahishasurmardini and Bhairava which are now painted.
The elevation of the temple complex offers a harmonious view of multiple shikharas recalling the lofty peaks of the sacred Mount Meru. The central shikhara is slightly taller than the other four and is decorated with multiple miniature spires. The shikharas of the corner shrines follow the typical style of Banarasi temples with a mulamanjari (main spire), urahshringas (half-spires) and karnashringas (corner spires).