Next to the Virupaksha temple in a few metres is the sprawling Madhava perumal temple. It is associated with the birth of Pey Alwar one of the earliest alwars. Bhrigu muni had his ashram nearby and Srilakshmi was born as his daughter and the Lord married her and stayed at this place.
There is a four pillared mantapam with exquisite carvings in front of the temple
There is a nice pattern in the roof with stone slabs arrangement
As seen partially below there are carvings in al the pillars on all the four sides
The main sanidhi has Madhava perumal in the seated posture with Amrithavali thayar (Sri devi) and Bhoo devi flanking him. The utsavar has varaha moorthy also, The foreground vimanam is the temple for Pey alwar. The mandapam pillars in front of the main sannidhi has lots of carvings
next to this sanidhi is the sannidhi for bhoovarahamurthy with bhooma devi
There is a Kulam to the right of the main sannidhi and thayar sanidhi and a mandapam with lots of carvings enroute to the thayar sannidhi. The kulam is the pushkarini
All in all an old and Vibrant temple