Varadaraja Perumal Temple (also called Thirubuvanai Temple) in the South Indian union territory of Puducherry is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. It is located heritage town region of the city. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is a storehouse of Chola architecture. A granite wall surrounds the temple, enclosing all its shrines. The temple has a five-tiered raja gopuram, the temple’s gateway tower. The temple is originally believed to have been built by the Cholas during the 11th century, with later expansion from the Pandyas. The temple follows Vaikasana Agama tradition of worship. Four daily rituals and three yearly festivals are held at the temple, of which the ten-day annual Brahmostavam during the Tamil month of Chittirai (April – May) and five-day Pavitrotsavam during Avani (August – September) and 25-day Ramar festival during chitirai being the most prominent. The temple is maintained and administered by the Archaeological Survey of India as a protected monument.