Remains of about three temple exist at Akashiganga Archaeological Site. Akashiganga is a rocky spot on a stream surrounded by forests. The beauty of the site is enhanced by a waterfall locally called Akashiganga and this waterfalls serves as a natural picturesque background for the temple ruins. A large section of the stone temple remains have been shifted to an archaeological park and a site gallery installed nearby. Besides numerous fragments, carved temple relics, other evidence of the site include stone pillar capitals, some with carvings, amalakas, door frame, doorsills and jambs, pedestals, horizontal lotus moulded architraves andangasekharas of temples. Figures of Ganas, dancing ganas and floral designs are also to be found here.
The ruins indicate the existence of a Siva temple in the site. Its unique natural beauty, hilly topography and forest attract people and the site remains a place for recreation over the ages.