Chitharal is a famous visitor goal in Kanyakumari District, which is situated at a separation of around 7 km from Marthandam, 30 km from Nagercoil, 48 km from Thiruvananthapuram and 45 km from Kanyakumari. The little town of Chitharal is renowned for its Jain landmarks which are protected by the Archeological Survey of India. Chitharal town is acclaimed for the Rock-Cut Temple which is arranged on a hillock. This hillock comprises of a collapse which shake cut models of Thirthankaras and chaperon gods can be found. There are a few carvings and shake cut figures on both the internal and external sides of the give in divider. According to archeological investigations, these carvings and models can be gone back to the ninth century AD. The Rock-Cut Temple of the Jains was changed over in to a Bhagavathy sanctuary amid the thirteenth century AD.