Tirunatharkunru is a historic site, situated 2 km north of Gingee, in Viluppuram
, Tamil Nadu
. It is famous as home to rock cut sculptures of Jain Tirthankars
Most noteworthy feature is that it is the only place where all the 24 Tirthankars are shown in a single large composition. The sculptures found here reflect the 9th century style.
There is an open rock situated near the Tirunatharkunru. It had remained as a habitation for the monks. There is a beautiful image of Adinath and a figure of Mahavir(now damaged) in the pathway leading to the caves at the ground level.
The site is preserved by the Archaeological Survey of India.