It is located in the centre of the town. This temple is about 150 years old. The deity of the temple is said to have been established by Vajranabh, the great grandson of Krishna. The original deity was actually lost and the replica of it is now being worshipped in the temple sanctorum. The temple’s surrounding area includes eleven secluded quadrangles where accommodation is provided for the devotees and the temple priests. Each of these courts carriers the name of its founder. The original temple was built by Seth Shyam Das of Delhi, which stands at the back of one of the inner courtyard. On its three sides there are three doors which lead to the inner cella of the temple which is crowned by a squat pyramidal tower. Beside the richly decorated and dressed image of Lord Baldev the temple is enshrined with another life sized image of Devi Revati, consort of Lord Balram. In the adjoining court there is a vaulted chamber where the lord was served for the first century after his realization. The two major festivals held at Baldev includes one celebrated on the 6th day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadrapad (August-September) called as Baldev Chhatt and the other one is celebrated on the day of full moon night in the month of Margshirsha (November-December) called as Dauji ka mela.
Adjoining to the temple there is a huge square tank famously known as Kshirsagar (sea of milk) Kund or Balbhadra Kund. The deity of Lord Baldev was found hidden in this tank only. Firstly the people of the village tried to move the deity to Gokul, but the cart in which it was to be taken broke down. Thus, either due to the heavy weight of the deity or the reluctance of the Lord to leave his actual abode the deity could not be moved anywhere and a shrine was erected at the same place commemorating the deity.