Pazhassiraja Museum in Kerala is the best way to explore the memories of great freedom fighter 'Pazhassiraja Kerala Varma'. One can visit the Pazhassiraja Museum in East Hill, at a distance of 5 km from the Kozhikode town, and explore his veritable treasure trove and artifacts from 1000 BC to 200 AD. Managed by the Kerala State Archaeology Department, the museum as well as the art gallery, exhibits collection from the megalithic age and the Indus Valley Civilization.
... Pazhassiraja Museum is beautifully located among the picturesque settings of Kozhikode; it is an ultimate destination for historians and aficionados of art and literature. There is an art gallery, located in the vicinity of the museum and exhibits a number of paintings of Kerala's respected artists, including Raja Ravi Varma, and Raja Varma, who were the connoisseurs of paintings and other performing arts. It is said that these paintings tell tales from the past and gives a visual history of Kerala. The Pazhassiraja museum showcases numerous stunning works of art including traditional bronze sculptures & utensils, umbrella stones, ancient coins, miniature models of temples, crafted out of plaster of Paris, mural paintings, stone carvings, artifacts, gold coins, antique bronzes, diamond cysts, etc.
Q. What Pazhassiraja Museum is famous for?
Ans. Pazhassiraja Museum is famous for its works of art.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Pazhassiraja Museum?
Ans. Mananchira Square, Beypore Beach, Mishkal Masjid / Kuttichira Mosque, Kappad Beach, Kozhikode Beach, Thali Temple, Payyoli Beach, Wayanad, Thiruvambadi, Lokanarkavu Temple, Chandragiri Fort, and Thusharagiri Waterfalls.
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