Bhu Varaha Swamy sanctuary is a Hindu sanctuary situated at Srimushnam in the South Indian province of Tamil Nadu. Built in the Dravidian style of design, the sanctuary is committed to Varaha Bhu Varaha Swamy, the pig symbol of the god Vishnu and his associate Lakshmi as Ambujavalli Thayar.The sanctuary had commitments from Medieval Cholas of the tenth century with later developments by Thanjavur Nayak ruler Achuthappa Nayak. A stone divider encompasses the sanctuary, encasing every one of the holy places and the sanctuary tanks. There is a seven-layered rajagopuram, the sanctuary's portal tower.
Six day by day customs and three yearly celebrations are held at the sanctuary, of which the Chariot celebration, celebrated amid the Tamil month of Vaikasi April– May, being the most conspicuous. The sanctuary is kept up and managed by the Hindu Religious and Endowment Board of the Government of Tamil Nadu.
The sanctuary is related with Varaha, the pig symbol of Vishnu. The evil spirit lord Hiranyaksha stole the earth and took it to his domain of the netherworld. The earth-goddess Bhudevi appealed to Vishnu to save her. Satisfied, Vishnu showed up here as Varaha, a hog, executed the devil. The perspiration of the evil presence ruler dropped here, making the sanctuary tank. In his withering wish, the evil spirit lord requested that Vishnu turn towards his course; Vishnu obliged. The focal symbol faces towards the devil in the South, while his human body faces the aficionados in the West. The celebration symbol, Yagya Varahaswamy, as asked for by Bhudevi shows the customary highlights of Vishnu with his conch and Chakra in his grasp.