Irinjalakuda is known for the Koodmannyamayam Temple and Thachootayai Kaiman. The movement against untouchability was formed under the leadership of Sree Narayana Guru, Ayyankali and his brother Ayyappan. 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. Shanmugham Canal is the waterway connecting Iringalakuda with Kochi. The Iringalakuda town was declared a municipality by the Development Department notification dated February 8, 1936. 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 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 temples of Buddhists and Jains stand together here. As you walk through the corridors of history, Irinjalakuda tells the story of many exciting struggles against slavery, inequality, and injustice. Unni Varayar was a pioneer in the field of Malayalam literature with a single camel with the aim of becoming a Nalacharitha. Satchidananda, playback singer Jayachandran, film stars Innocent, Idavela Babu and lyricist KV Ramanathan are all contributing contributors to this land. A large number of ceremonies are held around the site, reminiscent of the old flooring tradition. But there is no anointing or emblem there. There are no five pujas and three Sree Bali here, as in the usual temples. Sandalwood or camphor is not used for the pooja. This pool is known as "Kulipini Theertham". It is important for the temple dwellers to give lotus to the new. People come from far and wide to prevent this from happening. Once the flag is climbed, a small part of the Koodiyattam in Koothambalam marks the beginning of the festival. The other ten elephants are made of silver. .