Irinjalakuda is known for the Koodmannyamayam Temple and Thachootayai Kaiman. The movement against untouchability was formed under the leadership of Sree Narayana Guru, Ayyankali and his brother Ayyappan. P Gangadharan, KV Unni, PK Kumaran, AK Thayyil, Sharada, Kumaran, and Chaki Teacher held a meeting at the Kuttamkulam Temple to protest against social inequalities. Shanmugham Canal is the waterway connecting Iringalakuda with Kochi. Today it is difficult to distinguish between towns and cities. Irinjalakuda is land and coastal region where the topography and sand are the major factors. The country has a rich cultural heritage that has witnessed many cultural developments. Located 22 km south of Thrissur, this place has undergone various interpretations. In the inscription of the Kulasekharappumal Nasturanavirvamma, Irinjalakuda is referred to as Iringadikkudal and Devanu as Thiruvirungadi Thiruvadi. Irinjalakuda has a rich heritage of historical background, cultural heritage, and historical memories. The emerald temple is the life-source of the cultural heritage of Irinjalakuda who enriched Kuthu and Koodiyattam. Unnayavarivar's "Srirama Panchasati" is a beautiful hymn that can be described as a garland of praise for fifty decades, five hundred and thirty verses, addressed to Sri Sangamesan. KPL Oil Myths, KLF Oil Myths KLF Oil, Allegadens Metals, Delicious Cashews, KS Fodder, Chandrika Ayurvedic Soap, Champion Fireworks Manufacturer, CKK Metals, Papaya Ice Creams are set up in Irinjalakuda. The idol is a talisman of a statue, about four feet high, wearing a kodandam, an ashram, a wheel, and a shank. There are no five pujas and three Sree Bali here, as in the usual temples. The Koothambalam is a stunning example of Keralite architecture. This magnificent "tandika ravaya" is a must-see. This magnificent "tandika ravaya" is a must-see. The festival is celebrated for 11 days in the month of Thiruvonam. Seventeen elephants dressed in bronze statues are present at the temple festival. This is a unique feature of the temple. .