Cheraman Parambu Kodungalloor

Cheraman Parambu is generally regarded as the exact location of the Royal Palace of the Later Chera kings who ruled parts of present day Kerala and Tamil Nadu states of India between 9th and 12th century CE. Situated 3 k. m. south of present day Kodungallur in Methala, Kodungallur Taluk, Thrissur district Cheraman Parambu spans about 5 acres.

The Cheraman Parambu is generally regarded as the royal seat of the Cheraman Perumals, the kings of the Chera dynasty, who ruled Kerala during the 9th, 10th and 11th centuries AD.

Pattanam village is one of the most significant archaeological sites today in South Asia. The 4-metre thick soil of the village conceals a good share of the ancient maritime history of the world. This village was an integral part of the legendary port of Muziris and hence the site can be scientifically preserved for posterity.

Visitors to the Pattanam site would be able to see the eco-friendly and people-centric model of heritage management.


Tourist Place to Visit in Thrissur District, Kerala