The emple is about 0.8
kilometres to the east of Kamalapura. Though it contains two
inscriptions of King Achyuta Raya, its date is not clearly
determinable. The various parts of the temple complex are
contained within a large rectangular enclosure (163m X 93m).
The God's sanctum with its axial mantapas is situated in the
centre of the courtyard. A pillared colonnade runs along the
inside of the wall round the courtyard. The tall five0storeyed
east gopura is in a bad state of preservation.
The east-facing sanctum
is a tri-tala vimana with an antarala, ardha-mantapa and maha-mantapa.
The large and square maha-mantapa is a finely proportioned
seven aisled structure with tall and slender composite pillars
of various types. To the east of the ardha-mantapa is the
usual covered pradakshina-prakara enclosing the garbha-griha
and the antarala.
The Pattabhirama Temple,
which is as large as the more ornate and grandiose Vitthala
Temple, is also as impressive as the latter, though it
is simpler and less ornate.