It is an ancient monument at Barsur, situated at about 100 kms from Jagdalpur and about 33 kms from Dantewada via Gidam at 19°8’5″N 81°22’55″E. The reason behind its name of Battisa Mandir is that there are two temple facing east direction having a common Mandapa based upon 32 pillars. Battisa Temple is preserved by Archaeology department of Chhattisgarh. The other attractions at Barsur are Mama-Bhanjaa temple, Chandraditya temple and a mammoth statue of Lord Ganesha. The most attractive spot is one vast pond of pre-historical days.