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Pareekshith thampuran museum kochi – royal palace of cochin family

pareekshith thampuran museum , best known by the name of cochin king

Pareekshith thampuran museum kochi
Pareekshith thampuran museum kochi

pareekshith thampuran museum exhibits the great things from 19th century, includes ancient monuments, coins and paintings etc. it is good place to know more about the ancient history also it is a favorite place for archeologists too. pareekshith thampuran museum located at darbar hall road in ernakulam. parikshith thampuran was the great ruler in cochin dynasty and he was also the last official ruler at cochi. the name of museum got from that ruler belong to cochin royal family. it also known as darbar hall art gallery at cochi. this the place for preserving the valuable things of cochin kingdom, ruled in kerala.

during the tie of of cochin dynasty it is the place for treating the guests of royal family. As the name suggests the darbar hall is the main attraction of this palace, in early days it served as the guest hall. it also used as the place for conducting official ceremonies also. the museum is maintained under the control of kerala archaeological department. it also shows the scriptures in stone and plaster of paris. this museum can be selected as the remaining of cochin dynasty which explores it history to the world.

pareekshith thampuran museum located at the durbar hall road near to shiva temple, it open for the visitors daily from 9 to 5. visitors can easily enter to the museum because the entrance fee is absolutely free. cochin international airport is the possible airport near to this museum a a distance of 32 km from here. ernakulam south railway station is located from here about 2 km away. cochi is now noted as metropolitan city in kerala, so it can be easily reach other cities through buses. when you reach once at cochi don’t miss this place because the people can study a great learning from this museum.

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