Devipuram is a Hindu sanctuary complex situated close Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India. Having a place essentially with the Shakta school of Hinduism, it is devoted to the goddess Sahasrakshi lit., "she who has a thousand eyes", a type of Lalita Tripurasundari or Parvati, and her partner Kameshwara a type of Shiva. Devipuram's essential concentration is the Sahasrakshi Meru Temple, a special three-story structure worked in the state of a Sri Meru Yantra; i.e., a three-dimensional projection of the holy Hindu graph known as Sri Chakra, which is fundamental to Srividya upasana an old and complex type of Tantric Shakta adore. Estimating 108 feet 33 m square at its base and rising 54 feet 16 m high, the sanctuary has turned into an inexorably prominent journey goal over the previous decade. Two different holy places, the Kamakhya Peetham and Sivalayam, are situated on slopes neighboring the fundamental sanctuary.