Perumbavoor is famous for the forest industries and small industries. Also, the old people believe that the name Perumbavoor which literally means 'the sanctuary of the snakes' was gradually changed to 'Perumbavoor'. Located in the heart of the city, Iringolkar and its surrounding arts and culture village are famous. The main headquarters of the city is at the intersection of Aluva - Munnar Road and Main Central Road. A. It is traditionally a town in the timber industry. Sir c. This was one of the 4 panchayats granted by Ramaswamy Iyer (Diwan-Travancore). The Perumbavoor constituency is the largest Jacobite Christian population in India. The Perumbavoor Shri Dharmastra Temple, the Chelamattam Temple, the Alpara Kavu and the Dhanvantari Temple are some of the shrines dedicated to the Hindu religion. You can visit the Zuma Masjid, the Madinah Masjid, the Makkah Masjid, the Taqwa Masjid and the Mudical Juma Masjid, which represent a true replica of Islamic philosophy.