Chitragupta Temple was worked back in the ninth century amid the Chola period. The sanctuary is the star fascination of Kanchipuram as it is a novel sanctuary committed to Lord Chitragupta, the central bookkeeper and pastor of Lord Yamraj, the divine force of death. It is trusted that Lord Chitragupta keeps the record of all the great and wickedness deeds of a person at that point chooses to send them to hellfire or paradise in like manner. This is the reason, the sanctuary holds much religious significance. Master Chitragupta is accepted to be Athi Devathai for Kethu which is one of the Navagrahas. With this is said that the individuals who love Chitragupta would achieve riches and flourishing. Aficionados throng the sanctuary consistently to perform pujas, particularly on the full moon day consistently.