Badrakali Amman Temple in Sivakasi, a town in Virudhunagar district in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Badrakali. Developed in the Dravidian style of design, the sanctuary is accepted to have been worked amid the 18th century with later extension amid the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The sanctuary has a five-layered gopuram, the door tower and a stone divider encompasses the sanctuary, encasing every one of its hallowed places.
The sanctuary is open from 6am - 12 pm and 5 - 8:30 pm on all days with the exception of amid new moon days when it is open the entire day. Four every day ceremonies and numerous yearly celebrations are held at the sanctuary, of which Panguni Pongal and Chithirai Pongal celebrations being the most conspicuous. Badrakali is a furious sign of Parvati, the associate of Shiva. Badrakali Amman sanctuary is the most conspicuous milestone of Sivakasi.
The pinnacle or Rajagopuram of this sanctuary has an expansiveness of 66 ft 20 m, width of 44 ft 13 m and a tallness of 110 ft 34 m. In contrast to different sanctuaries, the gopuram isn't pivotal way towards the sanctum. The directing divinity, Badrakali Amman, is housed in a west-bound sanctum to one side of the portal tower in a situated stance. The vimana of the hallowed place is plated with gold. There is an extensive sanctuary tank and a ringer tower found pivotal to the sanctum. There is a place of worship of Heramba Vinayaka, a furious sign of Vinayaka with five heads.