This is the only Vaishnavite temple from the Pallava era in Kanchipuram. Built in the late-8th c AD, it has three shrines at three levels, one on top of the other (I don’t have photos of the inside though).
Vaikuntha Perumal Temple viewed from the adjacent road
The mandapa in front of the temple’s walled enclosure is a later addition
Temple from outside its enclosure wall
Rearing yalis on the outside of the enclosure walls
Narrow passageway created between the main temple structure and the colonnade that runs all along the inner face of the enclosure wall
Sculpture panels run along the walls of the colonnade
Sculpture work on the main temple structure
A mosque adjacent to the temple, near the temple tank. I’m not sure how old it is, but possibly from the 18th c?