Rani Mangammal Palace - Trichy - Tamilnadu


Located in the heart of Trichy, Rani Mangammal Palace is a must-visit place in Tamil Nadu for anyone who loves history, architecture and culture. Rani Mangammal Palace is a perfect combination of Indian and European architectural styles, reflecting the rich history of the region. Built during the 18th century by Rani Mangammal, queen of the Madurai Nayak dynasty, this palace is sure to impress you with its statues, statues and paintings. The palace is decorated with intricate carvings, sculptures and paintings that showcase the skills of the masters of the artistic period. The walls of the palace are decorated with beautiful paintings depicting scenes from Hindu mythology Following Rani Mangammal's death, the Archaeological Survey of India converted the palace into a museum in the early 20th century. The museum has artifacts dating back to the Nayak period, including sculptures, paintings and textiles. Some of the most notable items on display include intricately carved wooden columns, intricate stone carvings, and intricate painted ceilings. An important part of the museum is the "Gandaberunda" or "Double-Headed Eagle" symbol, the main symbol of the Nayak dynasty.

How to reach Rani Mangammal palace?

Trichy Airport to Rani Mangammal Palace covers about 15 km.