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 boys 'high school and the girls' high school are at least 50 years old. Shanmugham Canal is the waterway connecting Iringalakuda with Kochi. All the villages in Kerala are fast becoming cities. The little town has been fortunate enough to witness many historical events and to be in tune with the socio-cultural transformation process. Passing through the western boundary of Irinjalakuda, the canalicolon was a very important waterway. It is believed that Irinjalakkuda is the abbreviation of the term 'Irinashalayil vudhu' which refers to the incident of Yagya Deva appearing at the sacred place of Kulipani Maharishi Sri Kudalmanikyam. In the inscription of the Kulasekharappumal Nasturanavirvamma, Irinjalakuda is referred to as Iringadikkudal and Devanu as Thiruvirungadi Thiruvadi. The Kuttankulam struggle for freedom of movement and the entrance of the temple was a noteworthy struggle throughout Kerala for the Ayodhya festival. Unni Varayar was a pioneer in the field of Malayalam literature with a single camel with the aim of becoming a Nalacharitha. 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. In addition to these, Irinjalakuda also boasts of famous schools like Christ College, St. But there is no anointing or emblem there. But there is no anointing or emblem there. Sandalwood or camphor is not used for the pooja. Thulasam is brought from Pottakachcheri on palm leaves, bananas, and vegetables. People believe that whatever the obstacle is, the three new entanglements will be fulfilled. 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. Seventeen elephants enter the festival. .