A classical representation of the Brahmic architecture, Siddhantha temple is a major tourist attraction. The frescoes of elephants are the most important attraction of the temple. These frescoes of the elephants are carved over stone 1.5 m in height. Looking up to the roof of the caves showcases artistic magic. It is located on top of the island, 200m northeast of Omkar Mandhata Temple with approximately 170 steps cutting upside the hill. Accessible on all days of the week, it is a must visit for the religiously inclined, nature lovers and photo fanatics, with atleast a 2 hour visit to enjoy the beauty.