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Thakur House



Thakur house, the graceful building holds within itself a reflection of the colonial era.

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The Bungalow was built on the site of the Gelderland Bastion, one of the seven bastions of the old Dutch fort. Earlier known as Kunal or Hill Bungalow, it was home to the managers of the National Bank of India during the British reign.

Today, the Bungalow belongs to Ram Bahadur Thakur and Company, the renowned tea-trading firm.

General Information

Location
Ernakulam, Kerala.
Founded By
Managers of National Bank of India.

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