Video Gallery


  • Interviews
    Please Click on the Orange Arrow to watch the interviews with Alathur, Appamma, Arthrassery and Lakshmi Narayanan... »
  • In Search of John Munro
    John Munro was appointed as the British Resident of Cochin in 1811 and later, accepted his post as the Dewan of Cochin at the... »
  • With Munro Clan at Fowlis Castle
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  • B'nai B'rith in Tripunithura
    B’nai B’rith is an International Jewish Organisation with tremendous reach and which does remarkable work on... »
  • At Lisbon, Portugal
    The terrain of Lisbon which depicts the influence of the Moors and Belem, where King Henry the Navigator is paid homage. »
  • A Trip to the Netherlands
    Netherlands Today : A stroll through Den Hauge and Leiden in the Netherlands, with renowned historian Hugo K. s' Jacob. »
  • Ammathampuran Kovilakam
    Ammathampuran Kovilakam is the heritage building in Tripunithura where the matrilineal Cochin Royal Family made their first... »
  • Short Films
    Short Films - ' Ekameva adwitiyam,  Nairantharyam and Renaissance' »
  • Symposium : 2002
    Cochin Royal Family Historical Society - Symposium : 2002. There are 5 parts of the Symposium in total. Covers the the period... »
  • Symposium 2003
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  • Website Launch
    On 19th April, 2015, The Cochin Royal Historical and Heritage Society released its website.  The inaugaral event , held... »
  • Bnai B rith in Tripunithura 2015
    In 2015, at the invitation of Prime Minister Modi, a group of Jews under the auspicies of B'naiB'rith visited India... »
  • Symposium 2004
    The Symposium is presented in 5 parts. Part 1 :  Seminar started with a prayer by Subhadra Thampuran.... »
  • Symposium : 2005
    Cochin Royal Family Historical Society - Symposium : 2005. There are 5 parts of the Symposium in total covering Raja Shakthan... »
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  • Symposium 2013
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  • Mountbattens and Gandhi 1948
    These are two videos from the Imperial War Museum in London procured by Dr Rajeev Menon, a great grandson of Raja Kerala... »