Trichur was once the capital of the kingdom of Cochin. the town is found twelve miles (19 km) landlocked from the Arabian Sea. A town of the many faiths, Thrissur is home to a number of the oldest churches and churches within the country. Agriculture is very important during this space - rice and coconut are the most crops. The pageant district witnessed several rulers and dynasties, from the Samorins, yellow jacaranda swayer to the Dutch and therefore the British. The Karuvannur River is the confluence of the two rivers Manali and Kurumali. The district received 3500 mm annual rainfall. Here summer rice ('call' paddy fields) is grown. The region is spread over the Mukundapuram, Thrissur and Thalappilly taluks. The region is spread over the Mukundapuram, Thrissur and Thalappilly taluks. Since ancient times, the Thrissur region has played an important role in the Deccan region of India. The region flourished as a part of the Perumambappu image that had begun during the New Vaippu period from the 12th century onwards. .