It is known for its sacred sites and colorful festivals. the town is found twelve miles (19 km) landlocked from the Arabian Sea. The city is made on a hummock with the Vadakkummanathan Temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva), the middle of the annual competition. Agriculture is very important during this space - rice and coconut are the most crops. With a total area of 3032 square kilometers, Trichur is the seventh largest state in the state. The other rivers in the district are Chalakkudy (144 km) and Karuvannur (48 km). The average daily temperature in March and April is 31 degrees to 32 degrees Celsius in the hottest months, 36 degrees C in the interior and 37 degrees in the interior. In the backwaters, the soil is very fertile and loamy, due to the presence of soil and organic matter. Total area under forest is 1036. The region is spread over the Mukundapuram, Thrissur and Thalappilly taluks. During the medieval period, the region flourished in culture and became the host of various communities, including Jews, Muslims and Christians. He was known as the Shakti Thampuran, the architect of the township. .