The Thripunithura terminal station of the Kochi Metro could have a museum devoted to Kerala’s conventional dance kinds, contemplating that it’s situated in Thripunithura city the place conventional dance and artwork kinds have a large following, it’s learnt.
This shall be a key attraction on the station that may have the theme ‘Dances of Kerala’ . A complete of 10 sculptures of dancers in varied ‘mudras’ will adorn the station, whereas reveals on the museum will allow commuters and others to have a glimpse of the dance kinds. The work on the station, museum, and the industrial house is happening via day and night time to allow the metro’s extension past SN Junction, sources mentioned.
Metro stations within the Aluva-SN Junction hall have distinctive themes in step with, amongst others, the historical past of their areas. The 2 different stations in Thripunithura have their very own themes. Whereas the SN Junction station has ‘Ayurveda’, the theme for the Vadakkekota station is ‘Kerala’s position within the freedom battle’.
Welcoming the choice of Kochi Metro Rail Restricted (KMRL) to have a museum to commemorate conventional dance kinds, Ramabhadran Thampuran, president of Cochin Royal Household Basis, mentioned this and the station’s theme had been in sync with Thripunithura’s traditions and conventional dance/artwork kinds that had been staged in temples within the space. “This may assist commuters and folks from different locations have a greater concept of Thripunithura’s wealthy cultural background,” he added.
Individuals within the area hope that the companies involved will construct huge roads to make sure that the metro station has sound highway connectivity from each SN Junction and Hill Palace Highway because the adjoining railway station is being developed, whereas a bus stand is anticipated to come back up shut by, he added.
Cochin Royal Household Basis is anticipated at hand over a life-size image of erstwhile Kochi king Rama Varma to KMRL managing director Loknath Behera at a memorial operate of the king to be held on February 3 at Kalikotta Palace. This shall be unveiled on the Thripunithura station.
In the meantime, the Thripunithura Rajanagari Union of Residents Associations (TRURA) will stage a protest at SN Junction on Saturday, reiterating its demand for a four-lane highway beneath the metro’s SN Junction-Thripunithura viaduct and its extension to Hill Palace Highway. Kemal Pasha, former choose of the Kerala Excessive Court docket, will open the protest.