Hill Palace Museum

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Hill Palace is the largest and oldest archeological museum in Kerala, at Tripunithura, cochin, close Karingachira region. It was the former residence of the Kochi Royal family and was the authoritative office of Kochi Rajas. Inherent 1865, the Palace complex comprises of 49 buildings in the conventional design style, spreading crosswise over in 54 acres.it is built in the customary construction modeling system.

The Palace complex additionally has delightfully finished terraced area which houses a deer park, a pre-historic park, a children's park and facilities for stallion riding. This gallery is secured with  various types of verdure including rare medicinal value plants.

The castle was assumed control by the Department Of Archeology in 1980 and later changed over into a museum. It was opened to general society in 1986. The historical center and its grounds is one around the mainstream shooting locales for Malayalam film industry.the Horse truck display and weapon exhibition are truly astonishing.

At the Thripunithura Hill Palace, you might run over the most established building in the Palace complex, which is a single-storeyed Kerala style 'ettukettu' developed around 1850 AD. Near to this 'ettukettu' are a pond and a temple.

Additionally showed are in excess of 200 collectible bits of earthenware and fired vases from Japan and China, Kudakkallu (tomb stone), Thoppikkallu (hood stone), menhirs, rock, laterite remembrances, rock-cut weapons from the Stone Age, wooden sanctuary models, mortar cast models of articles from Mohenjodaro and Harappa of the Indus Valley Civilisation. The museum  likewise houses a display of contemporary symbolization.

One of the fascinating exhibitions here at the Hill Palace museum is the Weapon exhibition and Sculpture display. Old weapons gathered from better places and stone figures extending from tenth century up to eighteenth century might be found here. In the Bronze and Metalware gallery, uncommon bronze and silver things from a period between fourteenth and sixteenth century are shown. The Porcelain gallery has for you something like 160 things that incorporate porcelain or pots, Chinese dishes and mugs. There is likewise a Folklore and Folk Arts exhibition emphasizing some old musical instruments and clay models. The Portrait exhibition at the historical center has on showcase oil pictures of the Maharajas of the past Cochin Kingdom and works of art in the Thanjavur convention.

At the Numismatic exhibition, welcoming your consideration might be denarius (roman silver coins), punch checked coins and coins from the British period in India. The shows in Epigraphy exhibition are engravings on stone, copper plates, palm leaf records, grandhas (books) and Torah in goat's skin in Hebrew dialect.

In the year 2001, a gallery for Crown and Jewelry likewise began at the Hill Palace gallery.  The Royal Crown and gold decorations brightened with valuable stones are a portion of the shows here. Be that as it may, this display is interested in guests just on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Visiting hours: 9.00 to 12.30 hrs &14.00 to 16.30 hrs on all days except Mondays



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