- Vettuvan Koil is a rock-cut temple located in Kalugumalai ,southern state of Tamil Nadu , India.
The temple was constructed during the 8th century AD, during the reign of the Pandya dynasty .
The speciality of this temple is that it was entirely carved out of one solid rock , just like the Kailasa Temple in Ellora Caves .
- Vettuvan Kovil, Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu built during 8th century by Pandyan Kings entirely carved out of a single stone similar to Kailasa temple in Ellora Caves.
- Vettuvan Koil is an unfinished monolithic Shiva temple in Kalugumalai in Thoothukudi district in Tamil Nadu.
- The temple is believed to have been carved out of rock during the 8th century by Pandyas.
- It is the only known example of a Pandya era monolithic temple carved out in three dimensions, in-situ from the top of the hillock towards bottom. Its lower parts are still unfinished.