Travancore House

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Coordinates: 28°37′10″N 77°13′41″E / 28.619494°N 77.228112°E / 28.619494; 77.228112 The Travancore House is the former residence of the Maharaja of Travancore in Delhi. It located at Kasturba Gandhi Marg. It is also known as Travancore Palace.

It was the erstwhile residence of the Travancore ruler in the heart of the capital city. The building has been categorized as a heritage building by the New Delhi Municipal Council. The effort of the Kerala state government is to transform this heritage building into a cultural complex. As part of this plan, an art gallery has been set up in the Travancore House. It is run under the auspices of Kerala House, which has a number of offices there.[1]

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