Laxmi Narayan Temple is yet another splendid example of unique architectural style showcasing a beautiful blend of a fort as well as of a temple mould. Built in 1622 by Vir Singh Deo and reconstructed in 1793 by Prithvi Singh, the temple contains superb mural paintings decorating the interiors with compositions from mythological themes.
The Laxmi Narayan Temple carvings, displayed in a geometrical pattern depict scenes from the life of Lord Krishna, decorated with animal and flower carvings. The temple is also known for housing post mutiny paintings which are very famous.
The Laxmi Narayan Temple, dedicated to the Goddess of wealth, Laxmi, is among the most important tourist attractions of this place. There lays a beautiful flagstone path connecting the temple with Ram Raja temple. Within the central dome of the temple, there lays a beautiful statue of lord Ganesha making the entire structure a bit more attractive. Tourists are often amazed by the architecture of the temple.