Redefining the cultural capital of Kerala


Thrissur, the cultural capital of Kerala is thriving towards a new and unexplored dimension that may redefine the place to another genre in near future. A horde of techies across the globe has already found this marvelous land of pooram and uthsavs, another fascinating slice of our opulent culture. In addition, the place proudly hosts the Kerala Sangeetha Nadaka Academy, Kerala Lalithakala Academy and Kerala Sahithya Academy. The most spectacular and colorful festival of Kerala, Thrissur Pooram adds to the ever captivating tales of the place.

It’s not just the pall of culture and tradition that is the highlight, a smart space that is sprouting up steadfastly is a least noticed matter of bliss. The techy seed was sown only a couple of years before, but the land was so fertile that it embraced the new vital herb foreseeing the glory it possesses. Thrissur is proud to hold the first information technology park in the state that has become operational under the ‘Hub and Spoke Model’, where Infopark, Kochi acts as the hub and Infopark Koratty and Cherthala as the spokes.

The park is located 45 km from Kochi, 35 km from Thrissur and around 14 km from the Cochin International Airport at Nedumbassery. Its location is yet another feather on the cap in terms of its proximity to airport and NH, which ensures easy accessibility to this tech hub. With state of the art facilities and world-class amenities, the park has a lot to offer beyond the promising IT future of the country. Educational centers, multiplex theaters, shopping malls, hospitals, engineering colleges, paying guest accommodations, day care centers and what more a perfect location needs.

It’s not just about a perfect techy life, but the place offers ample reasons to kvell over as well. Athirapally waterfall is a perfect weekend destination, to be ecstatic if you have a perfect comrade to let the wild out of you. Lush greenery with a variety of shrubs and trees puzzles you if it’s an IT park or a nature park. After all, development and urbanization is never a stoppage for Keralites to live in harmony with nature, as it’s nowhere else, but God’s Own Country.

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