Aranmula Palace, the traditional Nalukettu Kovilakam (Kerala Palace) is a superb example of medieval Kerala architecture, built by the Aranmula Royal family in the mid 18th century. It was the mother palace of the Aranmula Royal House, which migrated from Madurai to Kerala. The gabled roof, corridors, the Nalukettu style and pre-dominantly wooden character represent the stylistic perfection of medieval Southern Kerala architecture. The building has a closed inner courtyard with beautiful wooden pillars and exquisite carvings. The large foyer has a carved wooden ceiling and radiating rafters in the roof structure.
Today this magnificent building is used as our reception and houses the doctor’s consultation rooms.
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