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Muziris Project Press Thumnail

Into The Heart Of Heritage - The Hindu

July 26, 2015 at 6:30:00 PM

The article, which was written by Ranjani Govind for The Hindu, highlights the goal of the Muziris project and the steps taken to carry it out. The ongoing Muziris Heritage Project's conservation consultant, Dr. Benny Kuriakose, was involved in the project's master plan and execution. He calls the endeavour "a cultural journey across Kerala's 3000-year history."

The Kerala government's greatest conservation initiative, the Muziris Heritage Project, is on track to become a key hub for cultural tourism. The area known as Muziris, which runs across the districts of Thrissur and Ernakulam in Kerala, was once a significant port in the first century BC. People from China, Arabs, Jews, Greeks, and Romans came here to trade. Even though the Portuguese, Dutch, and British arrived for commerce, they were aware of the rivalries for dominance in the region between the kingdoms of Travancore, Kochi, Calicut, and Mysore.

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