Let $R$ be a commutative ring with identity. Let $G(R)$ denote the maximal graph associated to $R$, i.e., $G(R)$ is a graph with vertices as the elements of $R$, where two distinct vertices $a$ and $b$ are adjacent if and only if there is a maximal ideal of $R$ containing both. Let $\Gamma(R)$ denote the restriction of $G(R)$ to non-unit elements of $R$. In this paper we study the various graphical properties of the line graph associated to $\Gamma(R)$, denoted by $(\Gamma(R))$ such that diameter, completeness, and Eulerian property. A complete characterization of rings is given for which $diam(L(\Gamma(R)))= diam(\Gamma(R))$ or $diam(L(\Gamma(R)))< diam(\Gamma(R))$ or $diam((\Gamma(R)))> diam(\Gamma(R))$. We have shown that the complement of the maximal graph $G(R)$, i.e., the comaximal graph is a Euler graph if and only if $R$ has odd cardinality. We also discuss the Eulerian property of the line graph associated to the comaximal graph.