The Veetrirundha Perumal Temple iswell known among locals and visitors, it is a Hindu sanctuary arranged in the town of Veppathur in the Thiruvidaimarudur taluk of Thanjavur region, Tamil Nadu, India. The sanctuary is devoted to God Vishnu. The stone and mortar sanctuary is accepted to have been built in around 850 AD by the Pallavas and was later redesigned by the Chola ruler Raja Chola and by Krishnadeaya in 1520. The sanctuary is based over a more established block sanctuary some of whose remaining parts have survived. The remaining parts constitute one of the two surviving Hindu sanctuaries of the pre-Pallava period, the other being the Subrahmanya sanctuary at Saluvankuppam, and one of the most established ones in Tamil Nadu.