Keezha Kasakudy is located 4 kilometres away from the Karaikal town. It is on the northern part of Karaikal district and is well renowned for the archaeological significances the place hold. M.J. Delafon discovered the famous Kasakudy copper plates in the village around 1879.
The Nandivarman - II which is located at the centre of the village showcase the rich cultural and traditional values of the natives who lived here during the Pallava rule. The ancient temple of Lord Shiva is another major attraction of the place. Keezha Kasakudy is a must visit for people who are interested in history and culture.