Varadaraja Perumal temple additionally referred to as Vedapureswarar - Varadharajar Temple, within the South Indian union territory of Puducherry, is devoted to the Hindu god Vishnu. It is positioned background city location of the city. Constructed inside the Dravidian fashion of architecture, the temple is a storehouse of Chola structure. A granite wall surrounds the temple, enclosing all its shrines. The temple has a 5-tiered rajagopuram, the temple's gateway tower.
The temple is firstly believed to have been constructed by way of the Cholas at some stage in the 11th century, with later expansion from the Pandyas. The temple follows Vaikasana Agama way of life of worship. Four every day rituals and 3 yearly fairs are held on the temple, of which the 10-day annual Brahmostavam for the duration of the Tamil month of Chittirai and five-day Pavitrotsavam at some stage in Avani and 25-day Ramar pageant at some stage in chittirai being the maximum distinguished. The temple is maintained and administered by way of the Archaeological Survey of India as a covered monument.