The Neelkantha Temple was built in AD 1458 and enshrines a Siva linga in the garbhagriha which is about 5 feet tall. It is said that the Shivling is made of Kasoti stone which is used to test real gold. A flight of steps lead to a raised platform to the temple entrance. The temple has a sanctum which houses the Linga and an open pillared mandapa all around. The shrine is sarvtobhadra and can be entered from all the four directions. A stone inscription on one of the pillars to the left on the western gate mentions about its renovations by Rana Sanga.