It lies 300 km (186 mi) to the north-west of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram. Trichur Pooram is one of the major cultural events of Trissur and attracts many tourists and tourists alike. Cotton weaving, rice, seed edge, soap creating, and almost about the rest. Thrissur has related faculties with the University of Calicut, a deposit and a zoo. With a total area of 3032 square kilometers, Trichur is the seventh largest state in the state. The Parambikulam, Sholayar, Karapara and Anakayam rivers are tributaries 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. Common clays suitable for making bricks and tiles are found in many parts of the district. The forests of Trichur district are under the administrative control of Divisional Forest Officers of Trichur and Chalakudy. The history of Thrissur plays an important role in defining the history of the region of South India. Since ancient times, the Thrissur region has played an important role in the Deccan region of India. In the mid 14th and 15th centuries, the possession of the Thrissur area changed. .