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 progressive literary conference held in Killuthani in the late thirties, with Putur Achutha Menon as the chief organizer, is the main gathering in the area. The largest marketplace in Thrissur district was at Iringalakkuda. The declaration was a symbol of the goodwill of Sir K Shanmugam Chetty. Depending on the terrain of the earth, the urn can be divided into two main areas - the eastern zone and the western region. The country has a rich cultural heritage that has witnessed many cultural developments. 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. The temples of Buddhists and Jains stand together here. The Kuttankulam agitation was a great chapter in the social upliftment of the disenfranchised sections of the society. The Kuttankulam agitation was a great chapter in the social upliftment of the disenfranchised sections of the society. Cultural institutions such as Ammannoor Gurukulam, Unnaiyavariyar Memorial Kalanyalam, and Nathan Kairali are also functioning here. Satchidananda, playback singer Jayachandran, film stars Innocent, Idavela Babu and lyricist KV Ramanathan are all contributing contributors to this land. The Kudalmanikya Temple is dedicated to Bharathan, the brother of Lord Vishnu and Lord Rama. Getting out is common during festivals. Sandalwood or camphor is not used for the pooja. Kudalmanikya Swamy is worshiped as a healer of devotees. 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. Kathakali and other art festivals are very popular during the festival. . .