Ninra Narayana Perumal Temple or Thiruthankaal in Thiruthangal, a town in the outskirts of Sivakasi in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. Built in the Dravidian style of design, the sanctuary is celebrated in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil ordinance of the Azhwar holy people from the 6th– 9th centuries AD. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam devoted to Vishnu, who is adored as Ninra Narayana and his partner Lakshmi as Arunakamala Mahadevi. The sanctuary in its present frame was accepted to have been worked by Devendra Vallabha, a Pandya ruler.
The sanctuary has three engravings in its two shake cut caverns, two dating from the time of eighth century. The sanctuary is based on a stone slope 100 ft 30 m tall and a rock divider encompasses the sanctuary, encasing every one of its hallowed places and waterways. In contrast to different sanctuaries, this sanctuary does not have a rajagopuram, the sanctuary's portal tower. The later Pandya rulers, Vijayanagar and Nayak rulers in the district made critical increments to the sanctuary. The sanctuary is situated on the opposite side of Karunellinathar sanctuary, a well known Shiva sanctuary and can be come to from that sanctuary on the hillock.