Sivaganga Palace is a castle in Sivaganga region, Tamil Nadu, southern India, around 40 kilometers 25 mi from Madurai. It is an old illustrious royal residence, with numerous verifiable associations. No remaining parts of the first Sivaganga Palace exist, yet another royal residence, known as "Gowri Vilasam". The now weather beaten Gowri Vilasam is worked in the compositional style of the Tirumala Naikas, which has a few highlights of the Rajaputana expressions. There was a clock on the front door of the veneer on the southern side of this place, no longer in a working condition. Inside the royal residence is the Temple of Sri Raja Rajeshwari, with the divinity Raja Rajeswar of the Royal House of Sivaganga.
The sanctuary is practical and the eminent artist Papanasam Sivan is said to have made numerous well known melodies praising the divinity. The sanctuary additionally has a statue of the ruler Kandumekki Woodaya Taver. The royal residence grounds contain the Durbar lobby of the past lords, which respect prominent writers. Inside the royal residence grounds is a dark marble square, with a cut marble situate which was utilized to run a court of equity; it was utilized amid the dynastic period for the delegated service of new lords. Another essential component is the "teppakulam", a vast brick work tank or repository which fronts the castle.