[Other] World’s Largest Bird Sculpture Nestled in Kerala

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Jatayu National Park in Kerala constructs the world’s largest bird sculpture in honor of the mythical bird Jatayu, who played a significant character in the legendary Ramayana. It is believed that Jatayu fell in a village of Chadayamangalam in Kollam District while trying to rescue Sita from the clutches of Ravana.

Apart from the massive sculpture, the national park also has other activities to do. The cable car ride embarks the tourist visit towards the park. The cable car ride is a product of Switzerland, it takes about 400 passengers in an hour through a distance of 500m. Ramayana museum sets a major attraction for tourists, it showcases the entire battle between Ravana and Jatayu but in a 6D theater. For adventure seekers, other activities to explore are zip lining, paintball, laser tag, archery, air-rifle shooting, mountain biking, rock climbing, ATV rides and rappelling. Ayurveda and organic cave resorts are also on the cards for relaxing and rejuvenating the tourists. Various species of flora and fauna are also a home to this captivating national park.

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is it really in kollam
2017-01-19 23:27:00

Yes and
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it's amazing to see
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