Charanthimatha Group of Temples, which displays Kalyana Chalukya style of architecture, is said to be constructed during 11th and 12th centuries, though inscriptions indicate that it was built precisely in 1120 AD. Trikutachala Temple is one of the main shrines of this cluster of shrines. Three temples of the group are interconnected with a hall that has a portico in the front. Tourists can see two indistinguishable basadis, each having 12 Tirthankaras. This complex of temples got its name after falling under the reign of a Charantinatha. Tourists should visit this beautiful group of temples if they have time.