Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave Temple are rock-cut sculptures relationship from the 18th century inside the cave temple at Vizhinjam. These relics are located within the seaside village of Vizhinjam to the south of Kovalam junction in Thiruvananthapuram. Unique and an complex show of endless skills, the granite rock cut cave temple encloses a one-celled shrine with a unfastened sculpture of Vinandhara Dakshinamurthi.
The outer wall of the cave has unfinished sculptures of Lord Shiva protecting a bow and Dancing Lord Shiva along with his spouse Goddess Parvathi. The allure of the sculptures are enchanting even though it stays incomplete. Vizhinjam, the beach village changed into as soon as the capital of the many Chieftains who dominated the southern components of Kerala across the 8th century AD. Vizhinjam additionally became a former Dutch and British manufacturing unit, of which nothing can now be seen. The coastal vicinity is also domestic to a number of the earliest architectural remains in Kerala, dating again to the 9th to 10th Century.