The presiding deity in this temple is Kalikambal
(Kamakshi) enshrined in a west facing sanctum.
Entrance to the temple is through a modern Rajagopuram
built and consecrated in the early 1980s. An inner mandapam leads one to the east facing
shrine to the festival image of Kalikambal - Utsava Periya Nayaki.
A south facing entrance leads one into the innermost
prakaram of the temple, where the west facing sanctum is located. To its right is the
shrine to Kamateswarar. Also in this enclosure are shrines to Arunachaleswarar
and Subramanyar facing east, and the navagrahams.
A flag staff is situated directly across from the
sanctum, in the western portion of the outer prakaram, which also has shrines to Ganesha
and Subramanyar (Vada Katirkaman). In the northwestern corner of the outer prakaram is a
cluster of shrines to Vinayakar, Veerabhadrar and Kali facing south. There are a few other
shrines in the northern portion of the prakaram, where the yagasalai is also situated.
In the north east corner of the outer prakaram is a
large shrine to Natarajar and Sivakami. This shrine also
serves as the alankara mandapam, where the festival image of Kalikambal
is housed during the annual Bhramotsavam.