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Irinjalakuda is the headquarters of Mukundapuram Taluk. Some of the IT companies are: gSeven Technologies, GJ Infotech (P) Ltd, Byno Edutech, IZONE INFOSOFT, I Brand Technologies, Uniox Web Solutions, Glitz IT Solutions, etc The village of Iringalakuda is one of the sixty-four villages of Kerala which is a parasite. The boys 'high school and the girls' high school are at least 50 years old. This marketplace is three hundred years old. On November 30, 1936, the first Council was established. Irinjalakuda is a village and a village in the state of Kerala, India. The country has a rich cultural heritage that has witnessed many cultural developments. The majority of the population belongs to Irinjalakuda, which has a rich cultural heritage. The place-name historical texts record that Jaina-influenced places are associated with the sound of 'Iringa' and hence the name 'Irinjalakuda'. Irinjalakuda has a rich heritage of historical background, cultural heritage, and historical memories. Unni Varayar was a pioneer in the field of Malayalam literature with a single camel with the aim of becoming a Nalacharitha. Unni Warayar and Ammannoor Chakyas, who are still practicing the vital arts of Koothu and Kudiyattam, are weeping proudly. Satchidananda, playback singer Jayachandran, film stars Innocent, Idavela Babu and lyricist KV Ramanathan are all contributing contributors to this land. The idol is a talisman of a statue, about four feet high, wearing a kodandam, an ashram, a wheel, and a shank. There is no festival offering, only Sribhutha sacrifice. The Koothambalam is a stunning example of Keralite architecture. Meenut is one of the main offerings of the temple. It is important for the temple dwellers to give lotus to the new. People come from far and wide to prevent this from happening. Once the flag is climbed, a small part of the Koodiyattam in Koothambalam marks the beginning of the festival. . .