On the bank of Khajur Sagar or Ninora Tal near the village stands the Brahma Temple. It is easy in plan and design with its body in granite stone and shikhare and made in sandstone.
In the sanctum is now enshrined a four faced picture of Brahma; hence it is called the Brahma temple. Originally this temple must have been devoted to Lord Vishnu, as it is clear from his figure carved mid the lintel of the sanctum doorway.
This temple is actually one of the initial structures in Khajuraho, comprising only of a sanctum and an entry porch, the latter is now totally lost and the former is roofed by a pyramidal. The temple is in reality a small square shrine resting on twelve pilasters of granite. Externally, the holy place is cruciform with a cardinal projection on each side.
The more prominent projection of the vestibule on the east shows a doorway forming the entrance that on the west is pierced with a little sham doorway, while the lateral projections on the north and south contain latticed windows. The roof is made of sandstone, while the structure below the roof is made of granite, approximately in entirety.