Kasi Viswanathar Temple in Tenkasi, a City in Tirunelveli locale in the South Indian province of Tamil Nadu, is committed to the Hindu god Shiva. Developed in the Dravidian style of design, the sanctuary is accepted to have been worked by Pandyan ruler Parakkirama Pandian amid the thirteenth century, with later augmentations from Madurai Nayaks. Shiva is adored as Kasi Viswanathar and his partner Parvathi as Ulagamman.
A stone divider encompasses the sanctuary, encasing every one of its hallowed places. The sanctuary is open from 6 am - 12 pm and 4 - 8:30 pm on all days with the exception of amid new moon days when it is open the entire day. Four day by day customs and three yearly celebrations are held at the sanctuary, of which the Maasi Maham celebration amid the Tamil month of Maasi being the most conspicuous. The sanctuary is kept up and regulated by the Hindu Religious and Endowment Board of the Government of Tamil Nadu.