Thirunandikkara Cave Temple is a rock-cut cave temple of Pallava art dated to the seventh and eighth century AD. It is part of Thirunandikkara temple, which is near Thiruvattar in Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu state of South India. Up to the recent past before 1956, the region around the temple was part of Kerala but is now under the jurisdiction of Tamil Nadu. It was originally established by Jains in 7th century CE and later turned into Hindu shrine. 
The hall of the cave is conjectured to have had richly decorated paintings. However, at present only faded outlines remain over the passage of years. Dating of faded outlines of former frescoes from 9th–10th century. Some of the earliest murals are in the Kerala style. The frescoes show scenes from the epic stories Ramayana and Mahabharatha. The frescoes or murals in this cave are reported to be the oldest antiquaries of Kerala style of murals.