The Thiruvallu Statue is situated on a little island close to the town of Kanyakumari on the southernmost purpose of the Indian landmass on the Coromandel Coast, where two oceans and a sea meet. The statue, with its slight curve around the abdomen is reminiscent of a moving stance of the old Indian gods like Nataraja. The landmark is viewed as a social combination in light of its juxtaposition close to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial. Worked in compliance with customary Indian design, the statue has arrangement to give an empty segment inside from toe to scalp. Guests, be that as it may, won't be permitted to scale, yet rather be allowed to ascend to the foot of the statue at a tallness of 38 feet.