Bhadrakali Temple is situated in the Ambagarathur town of the Karaikal area. The old sanctuary is committed to Goddess Parasakthi, an incarnation of Goddess Parvathi. The sanctuary confronting north has an alluring Rajagopura, vast wide passages and mandapa encompassing the sanctuary. The sanctuary houses a picture of the goddess with 4 arms made utilizing earthenware. The icon of the goddess is constantly hung in a white material with measures around 20 m long. As indicated by legend, two devils called Ambaran and Amban were exceptionally remorseless and begun alarming the world. Whenever Indra, Brahma and Vishnu went and grumbled about them to Lord Shiva, he sent Bhadrakali to slaughter them. Around then Ambaran appeared as a wild ox and battled with the Goddess. She removes his head utilizing her sword. devas asked for Goddess Kali to live in that place and secure the general population and she remained there confronting the north Vatabhadra Kali. The place was at first known as Ambara-harattur meaning triumph over Ambaran, which along these lines progressed toward becoming Ambagarathur.