Kerala to get India’s first labour movement museum
A fascinating new museum is coming to fruition in Kerala’s Alappuzha, dedicated to the Labour Movement. The museum goes to showcase the struggles of workers from across the planet and maybe a first of its kind within the country. it's being built as a part of the Alappuzha Heritage Tourism project.
The Alappuzha Labour Movement Museum goes to be built alongside the port, and coir museums, so in time the town goes to be an excellent place for museum hopping.
Visitors to the museum will find a spread of documents, pictures, and other exhibits that trace the history, and growth of labor movements across the planet, also as in Kerala. along with side the coir museum, and therefore the port museum, they're going to reflect upon the rich history and heritage of the state.
consistent with the state Tourism Minister, Kadakampally Surendran, the town of Alappuzha features a very rich maritime heritage that dates back to the traditional times. This legacy is what the Alappuzha Heritage Tourism project is looking to cause.
The museum is being housed within the New Model Cooperative Society building that was once traveled by the Bombay Company.
Tourism principal secretary Rani George said. “Together with the initiation of the Travancore, the Thalassery and therefore the Muziris heritage projects, Kerala is well on its thanks to showcasing its rich heritage and history to the visitors of this beautiful land, making it an entire experience.”
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