Thaha Ibrahim, who looked after Sarah Cohen till her death in 2019, is the brain behind the museum.
Conde Nast Traveller, CNN Travel, Nat Geo Travel, and more have featured Fort Kochi as one of the must-visit places in the world, so what are you waiting for?
On a documentary that showcases the heart-warming tale of friendship between late Sarah Cohen, the oldest Jew lived in India, Thaha Ibrahim, a local tailor and Thoufeek Zakriya, a calligraphy artist.
Dhyan Foundation also runs shelters for animals abandoned due to old age. Its animal shelter in Kochi is at Koovapadam near Mattancherry. At present 150 animals are lodged here.
A book on freedom fighter Mohammed Abdurahman brought out by the Information Department in 1978 narrates as to how Naina community became part of Kochi and their links to the royal rulers.
Lonely Planet describes Kochi as a city that embraces its heritage while embracing the new-found cool.
Kerala is the third leg of their five-day visit to India, and it is their first state visit to the country.
The status definitely comes with a bonanza. All the heritage buildings in both the towns will be spruced up to maintain their tourism potential.
Sarah was a member of the ever-shrinking Paradesi Jew community in Mattancherry, a small town all of the 5km radius facing Vembanad lake and home to 39 communities with diverse cultures.
Her last rites will be performed on Sunday at 2pm at the Paradesi Synagogue.