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Bid to conserve temple murals

Sangeetha Unnithan

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Following a request of the Travancore Devaswom Board, experts from the National Museum Institute, New Delhi, and the Regional Conservation Laboratory, Mysore, will visit three temples to study and prepare a detailed report on the conservation of murals and ancient stone and wood carvings found in them. M.V. Nair, Head of the Department of Conservation of the institute, told The Hindu here on Sunday that the experts would visit the Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu temple, Changanassery, the Kanthaloor Valiyasala Mahadeva temple, Thiruvananthapuram, and the Kuratti Mahadeva temple, Mannar, this week.

Devaswom Board president Rajagopalan Nair said the conservation of the three temples would be the first phase of a temple conservation project being taken up by the board.

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