To the west of the Kuge-Brahmadeva pillar is a small temple dedicated to Shanthinatha, the sixteenth of the twenty four tirthankaras which consists of a garbhagriha, a sukhanasi and a porch, The pillars in the porch probably belong to the late Ganga period. The image od Shanthinatha is a standing figure, about eleven feet high, and is made of potstone. Probably it is an image belonging to the Hoysala or even of an earlier period. The walls and ceilings of this temple were once adorned with paintings of which only a few traces are now left, e.g., the figures of dancers and standing Tirthankaras and even these fragmentary paintings deserve to be studied.