The Ossian Sachiya Mata temple near Jodhpur was originally built in the 8th century. However, the temple complex that now stands dates back to the 12th century. The Sachiya Mata Osiyan Temple in Rajasthan is dedicated to Sachi Mata. Sachi Mata, also known as Indrani, was the consort of the rain-god Indra. According to the legend, Indra married her for her voluptuousness. The main shrine, along with the other two temples - the Chandi Ka Mandir and the Amba Mata Mandir, was constructed around circa 1178.
For entering the Sachiya Mata temple complex, one can use a series of
magnificently sculpted arches. The temple complex was built in several
phases, rather than in one go. Inside it are beautiful images and
sculptures of Hindu deities. Located at the north-end of the complex is
a sculpture of Varaha (boar incarnation of Lord Vishnu). And to the east
is an image of Vishnuji with Lakshmiji. Lying to the west is a stone
slab coming out of the walls, full of sculptures.
The latest additions to the temple were carried on in the 12th century.
Since then the temple has remained unchanged. The temple is a beauty of
architecture. It is an architectural splendor that can be compared to
any other throughout India.
Another architectural beauty in Ossian/Osiyan near Jodhpur is the Sachiya Mata Temple in Rajasthan.