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Aranmula Kottaram or Aranmula Palace is an old palace at Aranmula, a historical and traditional village in Kerala, India. Aranmula Palace was built more than 200 years ago. This palace is known as Aranmula Vadakke Kottaram and another palace known as Aranmula Mangattu Kottaram. Aranmula vadakke kottaram was the halt place of holy journey "Thiruvabharana khosa yatra" at Aranmula. But now the halt place of "Thiruvabharana khosa yatra" is taken place at Aranmula Mangattu Kottaram. It is situated in front of Aranmula Sree Partha Sarathi Temple and very close to the Holy River Pampa. Vadakke kottaram is one of the best and rare example of architectural form Nalukettu which is made based on Thachu Sastra, or the Science of Carpentry and Traditional Vasthu.