Devanathaswamy Temple likewise called Thiruvanthipuram Kovil in Thiruvanthipuram, a town in the edges of Cuddalore in the South Indian province of Tamil Nadu, is devoted to the Hindu god Vishnu. Developed in the Dravidian style of design, the sanctuary is celebrated in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil group of the Azhwar holy people from the 6th– ninth hundreds of years AD. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam committed to Vishnu, who is venerated as Devanathaswamy and his partner Lakshmi as Hemabhujavalli. A stone divider encompasses the sanctuary, encasing every one of its places of worship and waterways. The rajagopuram, the sanctuary's portal tower has five levels and raises to a tallness of 60 ft 18 m. In spite of the fact that the managing god is Devanathaswamy, the sanctuary is known for Hayagriva, the stallion confronted symbol of Vishnu. The sanctuary is the main chronicled sanctuary in South India to have a place of worship of Hayagriva.