A Christian Lifestyle Museum spanning 30,000 sq ft will be set up at Azhikode under a public-private partnership model as part of the second phase of Muziris Heritage Project. The museum will have exhibits portraying the life and culture of 13 different sects of Christianity practiced in the state.

As reported by TOI, Nowshad PM, managing director, Muziris Projects Ltd. remarked that “All the cultural nuances of the varied sects of Christianity in the state, visible during occasions such as weddings, baptism and funerals, will be displayed in the museum. The plan is for a three-storey building with all modern amenities and international standards.”

The existing Muziris museums will be renovated during the second phase of the project. New boat jetties will be constructed for easy access to tourist locations.

Source: The Times of India