Sri Natarajar


In the heart of Sri Narayani Peedam, there stands a colossal Nataraja statue that transcends mere artistry; it embodies spirituality in its purest form. Rising to an astonishing height of 23 feet, with a breadth of 17 feet and a weight of 15 tons, this statue is a testament to the union of devotion and craftsmanship.

Crafted with meticulous precision, the Nataraja statue is a product of the ancient lost wax process, celebrated for its intricate detail. What truly elevates this masterpiece is its composition—a fusion of five sacred metals: Gold, silver, copper, iron, and tin. These metals, blended harmoniously, not only enhance the statue's aesthetic allure but also deepen its spiritual significance.


This awe-inspiring creation stands as a symbol of singular craftsmanship and innovation. It proudly claims the title of the world's tallest statue crafted through a single casting method, showcasing the remarkable skill and engineering ingenuity that brought it to life.


A dedicated team of 20 highly skilled artisans invested 12 years of their lives in this labor of love, commencing in 2010. The journey began with the use of soft clay from the Cauvery region in Tamil Nadu, setting the stage for the lost wax process. This clay choice not only facilitated the casting process but also contributed to the statue's enduring texture and durability.


The Nataraja statue at the Yagashala, Sri Narayani Peedam, transcends mere physical presence. It symbolizes the divine dance and cosmic rhythm, drawing devotees and art enthusiasts alike into its mesmerizing aura. Blending traditional craftsmanship with modern engineering, it stands as a timeless embodiment of art, spirituality, and unwavering devotion.

Pathway of Light

Quote If we surrender then we are always at peace, and whether we get what we want or not, (or even whether we are happy or not) doesn't matter. This is becausewe accept everything that occurs happens for the best.    Quote

- Sri Sakthi Amma