The temple is a design accomplishment, known for its nature of workmanship in stone. The Thanumalayan Temple is of significance to both Shaivaite and Vaishnavite orders of Hinduism, as the name Stanumalaya indicates Trimurtis; "Stanu" implies Siva; "Mal" implies Vishnu; and the "Ayan" implies Brahma. The Thanumalayan Temple, likewise called Sthanumalayan Temple is an essential Hindu temple situated in Suchindram in the Kanyakumari locale of Tamil Nadu, India.
There are four melodic columns cut out of a solitary stone, and which remain at 18 feet in stature; these are a structural and configuration feature of the temple grounds. They are in the Alankara Mandapam region, and they radiate the hints of different melodic notes when struck. There are an extra 1035 columns with carvings in the region known as the moving corridor.