TIL Desk/ Royal couple Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker Bowles will be on a four-day visit to Kochi from November 11 during their India tour. Police are making elaborate arrangements for the security of the Royal couple.
Charles and Camilla will arrive in Kochi on November 11 and would visit the Kerala Folklore Museum and Theatre. They would be taken on a tour of the museum, where a demonstration of traditional dance art forms of the state, including Kathakali, would be performed.
The Prince of Wales would join urban planners and city dignitaries to view the signing of a MOU marking the participation of Kochi in the ‘Future Cities project.’
Later, the Royal couple will attend a reception for civic and business leaders hosted by Kerala Governor.
On November 12, the Prince of Wales will view at first hand an ‘elephant corridor’ at Vazhachal forest range in neighbouring Thrissur district and see the measures being taken to help elephant conservation.
He would discuss animal and forestry conservation at the Vazhachal Inspection Bungalow after meeting members of the local community and WWF outreach workers.
The Royal couple would visit the Jewish Synagogue and meet members of the community and receive a traditional Jewish prayer of blessing.They would also be taken to the Mattancherry Palace Museum on November 14.