The Vadakunnathan Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is decorated with murals. As an advert and cultural center, Thrissur is taken into account because the oldest town on the West Coast of Republic of India. The city is made on a hummock with the Vadakkummanathan Temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva), the middle of the annual competition. Thrissur has related faculties with the University of Calicut, a deposit and a zoo. there's a Cultural Center, Kerala Kalamandalam, Kerala Sahithya Academy and Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi. The two longest rivers in the state, namely Bharathapuzha and Periyar flows through the district in its northern and southern regions respectively. The district received 3500 mm annual rainfall. 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. The city played an important role in shaping the political and social outlook of the area. The Thrissur region witnessed the rise and fall of the various dynasties that ruled in the southern part of India. The region flourished as a part of the Perumambappu image that had begun during the New Vaippu period from the 12th century onwards. .