The Deajaswami Temple in the eastern end of Kancheepuram is situated at a separation of around 76 kilometers from Chennai. This sanctuary, devoted to Lord Vishnu was worked by the Vijaynagar Empire. The 10 meters high symbol of Lord Vishnu which is taken out once at regular intervals for the darshan of the lovers was last taken out in the year 1979. This was an important occasion of the sanctuary. These have been worked throughout the hundreds of years by ious rulers, for example, the Cholas, the Chera, and the Vijayanagar sovereigns. The sanctuary has five enormous hallways and two tanks which are known as the Ananda saras and the Golden Lotus Tank, which add to the brilliance of the place. There is the divinity of Lord Atthi Varadar which is produced using Atthi wood, purified inside a four pillared mandapam inside the Ananda saras. The most striking component of this sanctuary is a tremendous chain which is cut out of a solitary bit of shake. There is likewise a marriage corridor at the sanctuary premises, to respect the wedding of Lord Vishnu to Goddess Lakshmi.