Brihadeeswarar temple is a prominent Hindu sanctuary committed to Lord Shiva. Situated in Thanjavur city of Tamil Nadu, the sanctuary is a piece of UNESCO World Heritage Site known as 'Awesome Living Chola Temples'. The sanctuary is one of the biggest and most exceptionally prized engineering destinations of India. The Peruvudaiyar Kovil was worked back amid 1010 AD by Emperor Raja Chola I. The sanctuary is otherwise called the 'Enormous Temple' and it handed 1000 years of age over the year 2010. The sanctuary remains in the midst of invigorated dividers which were included amid the sixteenth century. These dividers add more greatness to the whole look of the sanctuary. The star fascination of the sanctuary is the Vimana or the sanctuary tower, which is 216 feet or 66 meters in tallness. The Vimana is one of the tallest towers in the whole world. The passageway of the sanctuary has a gigantic statue of a holy bull or Nandi that measures around thirteen feet high and sixteen feet long. The statue is accepted to be cut out of a solitary shake. The sanctuary is a standout amongst the most well known attractions of Thanjavur and individuals from all finished visit the sanctuary to look for the favors of Lord Shiva.