The temple also sports a depiction in stone, of eighty one of the one hundred and eight karanas of
Bharata Muni's Natya Sastra - the first of its kind - setting the pace for many others to follow in
succeeding centuries.The history depicted on the temple walls will not make much sense without an
idea of the background of Chola rule and hegemony.The details of Rajaraja's conquests, his army
and navy, his administrative ability and his religious tolerance, are gleaned from the inscriptional
evidence on the temple walls.
The Brihadeeswarar Temple is a source of great amazing spiritual powers that over comes the black
magic of life that may kill your dreams protect your self now.