The sanctuary is committed to Lord Shiva. Master Shiva is otherwise called Airavatesha in the sanctuary as he is revered via Airavata, the white elephant of the ruler of the divine beings, Indra in the sanctuary. Ruler Shiva's associate Goddess Parvati is venerated as Periya Nayaki Amman in the sanctuary. This hallowed place is found near the primary sanctuary. The dividers of the sanctuary include ious engravings. A portion of the engravings record the remodel of the hallowed places done by Kulottunga Chola III. The sanctuary houses ious models like the 108 Dea Othus who used to sing in the sanctuary amid the season of Raja II. Additionally, there are figures of waterway goddesses, for example, Ganges, Yamuna, Godai and Narmada. The verandah of the sanctuary is notable for its 108 segments of engravings. Here, each segment has a name, picture and portrayal of the 63 Saivacharya posting the essential occasions throughout their life. The verandah discusses the historical backdrop of Saivism in this locale.