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Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple Trust

Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple

Sree Padmanabha Swamy is the Tutelary Deity of the erstwhile ruling family of Travancore and the devotion of the Maharajas of Travancore and Royal Family to Sree Padmanabha Swamy is legendary stretching back centuries.

The Maharajas of Travancore and the Members of the Royal Family out of devotion to Sree Padmanabha Swamy had instituted many personal religious offerings (vazhipadoos) and functions, which do not form part of the mandatory rituals and rites of the Temple. After the end of the reign, the last Maharaja of Travancore Maharaja Sree Padmanabha Dasa Sree Chithira Thirunal Bala Rama Varma (H.H.Sir Rama Varma) continued to perform such religious offerings and functions, uninterruptedly in the Temple out of his income.

The Maharaja formed the Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple Trust in 1965 for the perpetual continuance of the religious offerings and functions of the Royal Family. The Maharaja transferred certain personal land with buildings to the Trust to generate income for the fulfillment of the offerings and functions.

Sree Vaikundom

Sree Vaikundom Kalyana Mandapam in Thiruvananthapuram Fort is one of the most sought after one banqueting facilities in the city.



Ananthasayanam Kalyana Mandapam in Thiruvananthapuram Fort is another prominent banquet hall within in the city.



Bhajanappura Kalyanamandapam in Thiruvananthapuram Fort, is another salient Mandapams in Thiruvananthapuram that serves customers from Thiruvananthapuram as well as from other parts of the state.



Mahalakshmi Kalyanamandapam in Thiruvananthapuram Fort, is a top player in the category Kalyana Mandapams in Thiruvananthapuram.



Sudarsan Kalyanamandapam in Thiruvananthapuram Fort, is one of the top Kalyana Mandapams in Thiruvananthapuram.


Sree Uthradom Tirunal Marthanda Varma Chithralayam

Sree Uthradom Tirunal Marthanda Varma Chithralayam, a museum that offers a time-travel through the last two hundred years of Travancore. Conceived by late Sree Uthradom Thirunal Marthanda Varma, the museum provides the public an authentic perspective on the history, tradition and culture of Travancore.



122 smiling wooden horses await all who visit ‘Kuthiramalika’, which means “palace of horses”. Formally known as Kuthiramalika Palace Museum or Puthenmalika Palace Museum, it is a pristine two-storied palace near the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram.

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