Irinjalakuda is a municipality in Thrissur district in Kerala. The movement against untouchability was formed under the leadership of Sree Narayana Guru, Ayyankali and his brother Ayyappan. The largest marketplace in Thrissur district was at Iringalakkuda. The largest marketplace in Thrissur district was at Iringalakkuda. All the villages in Kerala are fast becoming cities. Irinjalakuda is land and coastal region where the topography and sand are the major factors. They have long been associated with agricultural cleanliness. The majority of the population belongs to Irinjalakuda, which has a rich cultural heritage. These temples were called stones. The Kuttankulam struggle for freedom of movement and the entrance of the temple was a noteworthy struggle throughout Kerala for the Ayodhya festival. The history of Irinjalakuda is incomplete without the mention of Unni Warayamalai and the Kudalmanikya Temple which is a confluence of temple arts. Cultural institutions such as Ammannoor Gurukulam, Unnaiyavariyar Memorial Kalanyalam, and Nathan Kairali are also functioning here. KPL Oil Myths, KLF Oil Myths KLF Oil, Allegadens Metals, Delicious Cashews, KS Fodder, Chandrika Ayurvedic Soap, Champion Fireworks Manufacturer, CKK Metals, Papaya Ice Creams are set up in Irinjalakuda. The idol is a talisman of a statue, about four feet high, wearing a kodandam, an ashram, a wheel, and a shank. Getting out is common during festivals. According to legends, the sacred river Ganga was filled after the Mahaparis performed a miracle here. This pool is known as "Kulipini Theertham". The next day the Kuttanchery Moose is specially prepared for the devotees. 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. Seventeen elephants enter the festival. .