The Natraj Mandir is committed to Lord Natraj, a sign of Lord Shiva playing out the Tandava move. The establishment for the sanctuary was laid on May 1981. Samanna, an inhabitant of Satara talented the land for building the sanctuary. The subsidizing was given by the state legislatures of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu while the timber required for the whole development of the sanctuary was given by the administration of Kerala.
It is a reproduction of Sri Natraj Temple at Chidambaram in Tamil Nadu, in significantly littler size and is a want of Sri Chandra Shekharendra Swami. Sri Uttara Chidambaram Temple was worked by the well known model craftsman Mr. M.S. Ganapathi Sthapathi and his sibling Mr. M. Mutthayya Sthapathi. Like the Chidambaram Temple in Tamil Nadu, the Natraj Mandir likewise has four huge doorways on four sides.