Sangameshwara Temple, one of the 'must visit' attractions of Sangam-Mekedatu, is located at the union of Arkavathy River and Cauvery River. Devoted to a form of Lord Shiva, Lord Sangameshwara, this temple is popular among devotees of Datta. It is said that Parama Guru Mata Jaya Lakshmi, known as the protector of cultural heritage, used to pray at Sangameshwara Temple. In 2007, the temple was renovated by the Avadhoota Datta Peetham and granite stone slabs were used for covering the walls. The wall of compound with pointed fences was also built keeping security of the temple in mind.