Temple of Galteshwar
22° 47' 05.41'' N, 73° 16' 41.01'' E

Galteshwar Temple at Sarnal is situated at Lat. 220 45’ N; Long. 730 15’ E. This temple was built in circa 12th century A.D. It has a ranga-mandapa, the garbhagriha with the Sikhara partially broken. Its lower structure is in typical Solanki style while its seven storeyed superstructures is in the Bhumija style of a regional variety. Its sanctum has an exceptional plan with eight bhadras and show two acute angled karnas (corners) between each pair of bhadras. It has the usual figural and decorative ornamentation typical of the Solanki temples.