Tripunithura is the part of Kochi metropolitan area. It was the capital of the former Kingdom of Cochin. The 'Raja Nagari' - the royal city is one of the most prominent centers of traditional Kerala cultural heritage.
When you live anywhere in Tripunithura, you are proximate to almost everything a royal lifestyle demand. The place is interconnected to temples, shopping malls, schools like Bhavans, Choice & Chinmaya; and connectivity to mini bypass, the seaport - airport road and more, making living in the land of temples, dynasty and rich in history, a truly royal experience. Hill Palace is the largest archeological museum located at Tripunithura near Karingachira area. The Abhishekam Convention Hall is one of the meeting halls available in Tripunithura. It has a main bus-stand in its main centre with buses going from and coming into from different locations. Furthermore, Tripunithura has bus-stops in almost every part of the town which makes travel by bus easier. Railway transport is also available. It is a major railway station in Ernakulam to Kottayam route with many passenger trains and express trains have a stop over here. NH 49 passes through Karingachira. Ernakulam-Ettumanoor State Highway also passes through Thripunithura.
Located in the land of royalty, the rich historical mores of Thripunithura reﬂects the depth of art, culture, and belief. The former rulers of Kingdom of Cochin were great patrons of art. This made fine arts and architecture flourish under them in many ways. Athachamayam, the cultural gala exclusive to this land alone, stands proof to the fact. Poornathrayeesa Temple lightens the lamps to the path of supreme deity. The Kelikottu of midnight Kathakali performances transport you to the traditional days of the past where the night is ﬁlled with Kacheri and Natyakalari. The prestigious RLV College of Music and Institute of Fine Arts, and Government Sanskrit College are just a few blocks away. Nearly half a dozen cultural societies including Sree Poornathrayeesha Sangeetha Sabha, Tripunithura Kathakali Club and the International Centre for Koodiyattom are active with cultural performances and programmes. Tripunithura also has many dedicated centers for stage performances and promotion of art.
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