Trichur Pooram is one of the major cultural events of Trissur and attracts many tourists and tourists alike. Thrissur, erstwhile Trichur, City, Central Kerala State, Southwest Republic of India. Its name means that "little holy place". Trichur is legendary for the Pooram pageant. there's a Cultural Center, Kerala Kalamandalam, Kerala Sahithya Academy and Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi. The Sholayar and Peringalku Hydroelectric power stations are located in the river valley of the Chalakudy river. 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. The region is spread over the Mukundapuram, Thrissur and Thalappilly taluks. Teak wood, rosewood, eucalyptus, dark, softwood and bamboo are the main forest products. The Thrissur region witnessed the rise and fall of the various dynasties that ruled in the southern part of India. In the mid 14th and 15th centuries, the possession of the Thrissur area changed. .