This neat and compact early
structure is popularly called the Ganagitti temple (also spelt
as Ganigitti temple) or 'The Oil-Woman Temple'. It is situated
on the Kampli road, about 0.8 kilometres from the Travellers'
Bungalow at Kamalapur and is on the way to Bhima's Gate. It
is a Jain temple facing north and has a garbha-griha with
an antarala ardha mantapa and a maha-mantapa with an attached
sub-shrine facing east. The pillars are of the early heavybal
variety. The stone superstructure is a stepped pyramid of
six diminishing talas of plain horizontal slabs. The griva
is square and the low square shikhara is domical. A lofty
mana-stambha in front of the portico contains an inscription
stating that the temple was built in AD1385 by Iruga, the
minister of Bukka II, in the reign of Harihara II and that
it was known as the Chaityalaya of Kunthu Jinanitha.