In between the site of the old palace and the new Viharaya is the Maha Visnu Devale commonly known as Maha Devale built by Narendresimha. It has a long hall and a sanctum. On the basement are the figures of stick dancers right round it. A stone pillar depicting the Panchari Gahataya – a traditional art design of a pot with the figures of five women, is still to be seen behind the main Devale. The beautiful moonstones and the precious Devaraja Petikda of the god and a long ceiling cloth or Viyana are among some of the valuables preserved here.