Mayilattam is an artistic and religious form of  dance performed in the Hindu temples of Tamil Nadu and Kerala in reverence to Lord Subrahmanya.

Mayilattam performers wear costumes from head to toe like peacock with beak, that can be opened and closed using a thread, and perform specific dances. The performers dance on a tall piece of wood attached at the end of their feet. This art requires extensive training and practise. This dance is performed in all Murugan(Lord Subrahmanya) temples as a tradition during festivals.