Revi Karunakaran Museum in Kerala is a canonizing museum constructed by Betty Karunakaran in the memory of her husband Revi Karunakaran. He was one of the dominant coir industrialist and businessman of Kerala. Revi Karunakaran Museum was built in the year 2003, the renowned and privately owned museum is one of the largest museums which holds huge Swarovski crystals in jade, ivory, porcelain; sculptures, Belgian glass works, Murano glassworks, and Tanjore paintings, and so on. The Karunakaran family is believed to have a sharp eye for fine arts and has been assembling artifacts and displays for at least three generations. Originally, the depository of Revi Karunakaran was known for personal use but after the death of Revi Karunakaran in the year 2003, his wife decided to open a museum.
... The embellished museum is spread over three floors and has multiple sections dedicated to the illustration of four major religions which includes Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity, showcases through the arts, paintings, murals, ivory exhibits, and various other displays. The special ‘Kerala Room’ in the Revi Karunakaran museum serves the growth and evolution of Kerala with the help of over 3800 extraordinary displays. Draping over 28,000 sq, ft vast range, it is known as a modern architectural marvel and is crowded by visitors all year round.
Q. What Revi Karunakaran Museum is famous for?
Ans. Revi Karunakaran Museum is famous for its decorative art and artifacts, including a large private collection of Swarovski crystals and ivory.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Revi Karunakaran Museum?
Ans. Alappuzha Beach, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Alleppey Backwaters, Vembanad Lake, Krishnapuram Palace, Pallipuram, Kuttanadu, Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple, Marari beach, and Karumadikkuttan.
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