About 3.25 high Trinetreswara Temple stands on a simple prasadapitha. The elevation of the temple includes a simple low adhisthana, vedibandha, anghaand a shikhara. Adhisthana is composed of three plain bhittas. The vedibandha is elevated by Khura, Kumbha, plain antar pattika and kapotali mouldings. The janha bhaga is plain having simple karnastambhas and plain pattikas capped by a kapotapali on upper end. The southern kapotapali bears an inscription beginning with 'bhatta bhavadatasya...'
The shikhara composed in two tiers, placed above the jangha bhagais divided by a plain antarpatra. It is composed of a skandhavedi surmounted by a Valabhi. Longer parsvas of the skandhavedi and valabhi are plain. Their shorter parsavas however have ornate sursenakas comprising small shivalingaand three headed mahadeva figure in their lower and upper portions respectively. A gajakranta-simha is placed above the valabhi on each side end. The whole of the shikhara is crowned by a large dominating kastha-chhatra i.e. wooden canopy of the Himalayan tradition.
Upper portions of the kapila and mandapa are reconstructed. The pravesadvara and internal portions of the garbagriha and kapila are plain. On the basis of the architectural features of the temple and palaeography of the inscription engraved on it, this temple may be declared to have been built in the earlier half of the 8th century.