Irinjalakuda is known for the Koodmannyamayam Temple and Thachootayai Kaiman. The municipality of Iringalakuda is known as a temple village. 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. Today it is difficult to distinguish between towns and cities. The little town has been fortunate enough to witness many historical events and to be in tune with the socio-cultural transformation process. The country has a rich cultural heritage that has witnessed many cultural developments. It is also believed that the name 'Iruchalukku Idai' came to be known as Irinjalakkadakkal as the area between Chalakkudipuzha in the north and Kurumalipuzha in the south. The new theory is that the grouping of the two temples means the irungkal kudal and it is the Irinjalakuda. The Kuttankulam agitation was a great chapter in the social upliftment of the disenfranchised sections of the society. 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. 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. The banyan tree is located in the middle of the main street. It is believed that Hanuman is in Thidapalli and Durga and Bhadrakali are in the south and north of the gate. There are no five pujas and three Sree Bali here, as in the usual temples. This pool is known as "Kulipini Theertham". Meenut is one of the main offerings of the temple. It is believed that if you serve the Mukkudi Nidhava you will be cured for one year. People believe that whatever the obstacle is, the three new entanglements will be fulfilled. Seventeen elephants dressed in bronze statues are present at the temple festival. . .