Airavatesa Temple is arranged in South Indian territory of Tamil Nadu. This sanctuary is worked by Rajaraja Chola in the twelfth century. This sanctuary is committed to Shiva . It demonstrates the Vaishnavism and Shaktism customs of Hinduism. It incorporates Vedic and Puranic gods. This sanctuary still draws in extensive social occasions of Hindu travelers. The Durga and Shiva are extraordinary piece of pooja. This sanctuary is close to the Kollidam River. This sanctuary is another square arrangement structure. Bull and Elephant sclupture at Thanjavur Airavatesa Temple. Indra's elephant gives this sanctuary its name The sanctuary sanctum is a 12 meters sided square and have thick dividers too. The craftsmanship and engineering of this sanctuary is so excellent to see. The sanctuary was more bigger than it is currently what we see. So, it merits going by this place once in life time .