Shankar ling Temple
Built in about 11th to 12th century CE, this temple facing east has two shrine chambers one facing east and the other facing south with a common navaranga in the centre with pillared porches corresponding to the shrines, containing kakshasanas. The shrine facing east houses a sculpture of Goddess Banashankari while the other contains a linga on a pedestal. The doorjamb of the garbhagriha has panchashakha and the lintel contains Gajalakshmi. The top of the lintel is adorned with miniature dravidian sikharas with Ganesa, Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshvara on it. The lower portion of the door jambs are adorned with chouri bearers, Rati nad Manmatha. The navaranga is supported by 16 pillars including the 4 lathe turned at centre. The central 4 pillars are exquisitely carved. There are Lakshmi, Bhairava, Nataraja, Brahma, Siva, Surya, Sarasvati, Manmatha, Kesava, Bhuvaraha, Narasimha, Ugranarasimha, Chamundi and Ganesa on the pillars. The exterior walls of the temples are relieved by pilasters and niches topped by miniature Dravida and Nagara shikharas. The shikhara on the main shrine is in ruins, while there is no shikhara above the other shrine.
This Mahadev temple is located at Bhatala village, Warora Taluka, Chandrapur. It is constructed entirely in yellow sandstone masonry and has a mandap and garba gruha. Its special feature is an extremely large linga in black stone of a height of 1.25 m. The linga has a channel to carry the water out of the temple. The mandap has a Nandi facing West. The front entrance which faces East has two free standing square columns and two piers on either side. The lower part of the outer surface is largely plain and is adorned with mouldings, and niches with idols, one in the centre of each face. The idol on the South facing façade is Kartikeya, on the West face is Shiva and on the North face is Chamunda.
Bhavani Devi Temple
The Bhavani Devi temple is built adjacent to a lake in Bhatala, Chadrapur. It is a small temple built in yellow sandstone with a garbha gruha, shikhar and a mandap with a flat stone roof. The mandap is a plain rectangular structure from the outside with sculptures of deities inset. Inside the mandap are two rows of columns upto the garbha gruha. There are several idols of dieties inside and outside the temple, including a Ganesha inside the entrance.