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An International Hoax in Archaeology
This place is identified as Cranganore(Kodungallur) since it is referred to as lying at the mouth of river Periyar.
Pillars of the Community
In 72 CE, Jews landed in the city of Cranganore (modern day Kogundallur) and stayed for good. Jewish ranks grew in subsequent centuries—notably in 1492, as a result of the Spanish Expulsion. According to Nathan Katz, a professor emeritus of religious ...
Celebrating Hanukkah in one of Asia's oldest Jewish settlements
While some historians claim that the Jewish people have been coming to southwestern India since the time of King Solomon, historical records show the first settlers came after the destruction of Jerusalem's Second Temple in 70 AD, at Cranganore, an ...
India's Oldest Mosque
For Cheraman Jum'ah Masjid in this town, also known by its anglicised name Cranganore, is not just the oldest in India and the subcontinent but one built during the lifetime of Prophet Mohammad in 629 AD by an Arab propagator of Islam, Malik Ibn Dinar.
Muziris Heritage Project Inauguration Likely in March
His residence at Cherai along with belongings will be conserved in the museum. * Kottapuram Fort: Built by the Portuguese in 1523, which is known as Cranganore fort. The fort is in a dilapidated condition and is now preserved by Archaeological Department.

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