The Indrapur temple stands on a two-step platform and has a small colonnade. At the base of each pillar, lies a stone carved with an image of a lion. The temple has only one door facing south on the lower level and besides this one, it has no other doors or even windows. The temple is notable for the open balcony on its second storey. Built by King Pratap Malla, the temple-pavilion was used by the royal families to view the Indra Jatra festival.