Irinjalakuda is known for the Koodmannyamayam Temple and Thachootayai Kaiman. It is believed that the name "Iringalakuda" may have been derived from the name 'Iruchalka idai' which means 'between two streams' or 'Irihachal kudal' which is their confluence. The movement against untouchability was formed under the leadership of Sree Narayana Guru, Ayyankali and his brother Ayyappan. This market was a major hub of the grocery trade and it also markets pepper, cashew, coconut, and copra. MA Variat was the first municipal chairman. 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. Located 22 km south of Thrissur, this place has undergone various interpretations. The new theory is that the grouping of the two temples means the irungkal kudal and it is the Irinjalakuda. The Kuttankulam struggle for freedom of movement and the entrance of the temple was a noteworthy struggle throughout Kerala for the Ayodhya festival. 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. This is also the birthplace of Ammannoor Madhava Chakyar, a Koodiyattam artist who was honored with Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan. In addition to these, Irinjalakuda also boasts of famous schools like Christ College, St. It is believed that Hanuman is in Thidapalli and Durga and Bhadrakali are in the south and north of the gate. But there is no anointing or emblem there. According to legends, the sacred river Ganga was filled after the Mahaparis performed a miracle here. Meenut is one of the main offerings of the temple. The next day the Kuttanchery Moose is specially prepared for the devotees. People come from far and wide to prevent this from happening. Kathakali and other art festivals are very popular during the festival. Seventeen elephants enter the festival. .