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Thunchan Vidyarambham Kalotsvam
At Thunchan Memorial Tirur From 26-09-2017 to 30-
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We have now just enough resources to complete the balance construction work of the proposed literary museum, dormitory etc. The annual grant received from the cultural department of Kerala Govt. has been found to be highly inadequate
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Keralam & Malayalam
More than 3 crores of Malayalees make Keralam – the beautiful nation. 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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