Kedarnath temple is a shikhara style brick temple. That stands right and in front of the Gopinath temple. Locals recognize it as the temple of Kedarnath. Due to the establishment of a kedareshwor in the phallus. It is a Shiva temple dedicated to kedareshwor. That people call a form of lord shiva. Artistically, this temple is a masterpiece and is the best example of terra-cotta art. There are a total of five pinnacles. Along with four sub pinnacles. Architecturally, they turn toward four directions. Despite that, it looks so splendid. Of course, with the statues of lord shiva in it. The stone pillars also seem fascinated with imaginative carvings.
The most dynamic king of the Malla era, King Bhupatindra Malla erected this temple. Also, he erected three more temples along with it as a portrayal of char Dham.