Largest Mobility Hub connecting various forms of transportation
The High Court facilitates the needs of the people, with a neutral outlook through law and order.
Vypin is known for its beaches, lagoons, and fishing villages.
Kakkanad is a rapidly developing city known for its IT and industrial parks
Serene island in Kerala, India, known for its historic Bolgatty Palace, lush greenery, and tranquil backwaters
The present State of Kerala is result of integrating the erstwhile princely kingdoms of Travancore and Cochin with Malabar district and Kasaragod. The present judicial system in Kerala has its roots dating back to the days of the monarchs of the Kingdoms of Travancore and Cochin. The Ram Mohan Palace used to house the High Court of Kerala until 2006. The heritage building in the art deco style, which was current at the time, was built by Chennai-based architects Prynne, Abbott and Davis. In the early 1940s, during World War II, the palace served as the combined military hospital where British and Indian officers of the British Army recuperated from their injuries. It became the High Court building of the Cochin-Travancore State 1949 onward, and in 1956, following Kerala piravi, it became the High Court of Kerala. At present it houses the offices of the Judicial Academy, ADR Centre and the Vigilance Registrar. In 2006, the Kerala High Court moved to the current building. The High Court empowers and protects the people of the city. It facilitates the needs of the people, with a neutral outlook not just through law and order but also through connectivity to the remote islands of Kochi.