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Ambalavayal Museum is located in Sulthan Bathery, Wayanad, a museum which is a hot bed for historians, archeologists and common travelers.
It exhibits the odds and ends of all the traces of a long lost civilization that flourished in the mountains of Wayanad. The museum is a real treasure trove of clay sculptures, ancient hunting artifacts, and other diverse sculptures.
The artifacts throw light on curios which goes back to the 2nd century, from one can make out that the civilization that existed in the mountain valley of Wayanad was one of the most advanced races with superior hunting tactics and equipments.
Ambalavayal Museum is one of the best maintained museum in Kerala’s Malabar region with the reminiscent of a tribal mores, who was brave soldiers.
Tribal artifacts like headgears, jewelry, figurines of Nandi and other deities are also kept on display.
A graceful idol structure of goddess Urvara adorns the main hall, who is believed to be the goddess of fertility and responsible for the well being of the land and the keeper of the people. Hero Stones, series of stones carved artistically speaks of battles and valiant warriors are striking.