The Trineteshwar Temple is considered as an abode of Lord Shiva. The temple derives its name from ‘Trinethra’, meaning three-eyed. It is believed to have been constructed during the reign of the Solankis. The temple represents the architectural style prevalent during the rule of the Pratihara kings. It is believed that the Pratihara kings were worshippers of Lord Shiva and the shrine is adorned with various sculptures depicting different stages of his life. The temple pond is believed to be sacred as it has the waters of the Ganges. The pond is called Papnashu, the destroyer of sins. The Tarnetar Fair is organised annually to pay respect to the three-eyed Lord Shiva at this temple.