Kambattam Viswanathar Temple is a Hindu temple located at Kumbakonam at the south-west of Kumbeswarar Temple. It is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The presiding deity is known as Kambatta Viswanathar. During the period of Cholas, there was mint in this place. So this place was called as ‘Kambattam’ (in Tamil), the place where gold and silver coins were produced. In the olden days, this area is known as Malathi Vanam and it is believed that a famous saint called “Thoomakehu” found this temple. Mankayarkarasi and Sekkizhar are other major statues placed along with the main idols in this temple.