Next Biggest Wonder of India – Talenmark’s Cultural Centre
Posted by Heather Homes on December 19th, 2020
Talenmark’s Cultural Centre is built to enchant and delight the world with its unique architectural style and cultural abundance. Set adjoining the slopes of the Western Ghats, India’s largest Cultural Centre in Markaz Knowledge City is located at Kaithapoyil, a few minutes away from the beautiful hill station of Wayanad and only 40 kms from the city of Calicut. The scenic views and scintillating beauty of the place escalates the glory and grandeur of the Cultural Centre. Built in Islamic style with a perfect blend of history and modern values, the Cultural Centre is an architectural beauty that serves as a unique destination for cultural and commercial activities.
Check out a few distinguishing features that make it the Next Biggest Wonder of India, by all means.
India’s Biggest Dome
India’s biggest Cultural Centre is home to a Spiritual Enclave that can accommodate up to 5000 people and features 13 domes and four corner minarets, each at a stunning height of 46m. A major highlight of the Spiritual Enclave is the 38m high central dome, which will be the biggest in the country on completion of construction.
Architectural Reminiscent of Mughal Empire
India’s biggest Cultural Centre spread over 4, 35,600 sq.ft. is a monumental edifice inspired from six different styles of architecture reminiscent of the Mughal Empire’s golden age. It is greatly influenced by Ottoman, French, Persian and contemporary Indian style of architecture.
India’s Biggest Rooftop Garden
Another interesting feature at the Cultural Centre is the biggest rooftop garden in the country. It’s spread across 75,000 sq.mt in area. It will be planted with more than a hundred fruit trees on completion of the construction.
Kerala’s First Cultural Research & Development Centre
The Cultural Research & Development Centre at the Cultural Centre is the first of its kind in the state. Spread over an area of 20,000 sq.ft., it can accommodate more than 1000 researchers at a time.
Kerala’s first 3D Digital Library
The Global Learning Hub spread across 42,000 sq. ft. features Kerala’s first 3D Digital Library. The world-class library with monographs will be a rare experience for every visitor. It can attract the attention of the audience and provide a new learning experience.
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