Irinjalakuda is a municipality in Thrissur district in Kerala. The Dravidian civilization, Jainism, and later Brahmanical rule prevailed. The movement against untouchability was formed under the leadership of Sree Narayana Guru, Ayyankali and his brother Ayyappan. The Iringalakuda town was declared a municipality by the Development Department notification dated February 8, 1936. All the villages in Kerala are fast becoming cities. The eastern region can be categorized as hill, slope, and valley. The eastern region can be categorized as hill, slope, and valley. It is also believed that the name 'Iruchalukku Idai' came to be known as Irinjalakkadakkal as the area between Chalakkudipuzha in the north and Kurumalipuzha in the south. These temples were called stones. The Kuttankulam agitation was a great chapter in the social upliftment of the disenfranchised sections of the society. The emerald temple is the life-source of the cultural heritage of Irinjalakuda who enriched Kuthu and Koodiyattam. He is famous for his literary world. 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. It is believed that Hanuman is in Thidapalli and Durga and Bhadrakali are in the south and north of the gate. The Eritha Pooja, Udha Pooja, and Athazha Puja are performed. The Koothambalam is a stunning example of Keralite architecture. In the temple tirtha, aquatic animals are not common except for fish. The next day the Kuttanchery Moose is specially prepared for the devotees. “Purification” begins three days before the flag is hoisted. Kachchaseeveli starts with the lamp of the flag. Seventeen elephants enter the festival. .