Srimushnam is a panchayat town in Cuddalore district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Srimushnam is a very sacred place to Hindus as well as Buddhists and it is one of the 8 Svayam Vyakta Ksetras of Vaishnavas. Srimushnam's presiding deity is 'Lord Bhuvaraha', because of this SriMushnam is also called 'Varaha Kshetram'. The consort of lord Bhuvaraha is Ambujavalli Thayar. The icon of the temple is not sculptured by any human but is a formation of the stone saligarama (black smooth round stone) and is also called 'Yagna Varahan'. The utsavamurthy does not resemble a wild boar in acceptance to the desire of His celestial consort. This is the only place where all the deities are Varaha Murtis.