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Chembolly Tharavadu
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The Chembolly Tharavadu is the ancestral family home of the Chembolly Family. Located in Kanniampuram, Ottapalam, Palaghat District, Kerala, parts of this structure date back to the 18th century. To the right of the house is the Padipurra - the traditional gate to the manor house.

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Uploaded: 10/01/2012
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Tags: chembolly; house; tharavadu; estate; kerala; ottapalam; palaghat; india; asia; countryside; family
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