Museum

The Literary Museum is a great attraction for visitors to Thunchan Parambu. The exhibits trace the evolution of Malayalam language and literature. The Museum also has tools and articles associated with many eminent writers of the past apart from Thunchath Ramanujan Ezhuthachan. The history of the language is narrated through several media such as visual clippings, sound tracks, paintings and photographs.

The Literary Museum

The Literary Museum is a great attraction for visitors to Thunchan Parambu. The exhibits trace the evolution of Malayalam language and literature. The Museum also has tools and articles associated with many eminent writers of the past apart from Thunchath Ramanujan Ezhuthachan. The history of the language is narrated through several media such as visual clippings, sound tracks, paintings and photographs.

Thunchan Memorial Library

The library has a substantial collection of books ranging from rare old books to contemporary literature. It is a centre of attraction for scholars and researchers from all over the state. The rapidly expanding library is computerized and manned by trained personnel. Hence visitors have easy access to the books.

Grandhappura : The house of Manuscripts

The Grandhappura holds a precious collection of old manuscripts written on Palmyra leaves. It is one of the authorized centers of the National Manuscript Mission. The manuscripts cover an area that is wider than just literature and consist of a good many documents that touch upon science and arts of ancient and medieval times. It is a valuable source of material for research scholars.

Thunchan Research Centre

The Thunchan Research Centre supported by the Thunchan Memorial Library and the Grandhappura is recognized by the Calicut University. Many scholars doing research for M. Phil.and Ph.D rely on the resources of The Thunchan research centre. The serene atmosphere of Thunchan Parambu is eminently suited for thepursuit of knowledge.


Keralam & Malayalam

More than 3 crores of Malayalees make Keralam – the god's own country. Heart of the Malayalees, who spread over hundreds of countries around the world also resemble ‘Keraleeyatha’ – the essence of both Malayalam and Keralam.

The divine language Malayalam never hesitated to host the advantageous aspects of other languages of India like Sanskrit and Tamil. The 590 kilometers long gateway of Keralam on the banks of the Arabian sea is always opened its doors to every kind of changing winds breezing along the coast. Various kinds of cultures, religions and languages which entered through this golden gateway spread over Keralam and became a part of it gradually.

Like sea breeze, many traits came to Keralam through the passages of the Sahya Ranges and it is the multi-culturally rich Keralam’s trait to honour the chosen ones among it by all her heart and soul.

We welcome visitors of Keralam.

Welcome to Malayala Chitrasala.

Paintings:

Murals, Edakkal, Kalamppattu, Christian Church, Chithra Ramayanam, Sri Chithira Thirunnal, St. George, Ravi Varma ( ‘Dha, Achan Varunu!”, ‘Kurathi’, ‘Kettilammamar’ ) , Madhava Menon ( ‘Pakshikal’ ), K. C. S. Panikkar ( ‘Ponnani Chitrangal’ ), C. N. Karunakaran, Namboothiri, A C K Raja, Padmini, New Generation Paintings.

Cubicles:

Thunchathezhuthachan, Sankaracharyar, Poonthanam, Mepathoor, Arnos Paathiri, Cheppedu & Sila Sasanam, Parcheena Manipravalam, Era of Pazhamthamizhu, Pracheena Gadhyam, Nadodi Vazhakkam , Niranam Kruthikal, Pattu Prasthanam, Nadan Pattukal, Krishna Gadha, Kathakali, Krishnanattam, Koodiyatam & Koothu.


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