Irinjalakuda is a municipality in Thrissur district in Kerala. The municipality of Iringalakuda is known as a temple village. P Gangadharan, KV Unni, PK Kumaran, AK Thayyil, Sharada, Kumaran, and Chaki Teacher held a meeting at the Kuttamkulam Temple to protest against social inequalities. The largest marketplace in Thrissur district was at Iringalakkuda. MA Variat was the first municipal chairman. The eastern region can be categorized as hill, slope, and valley. It was mainly used for freight transport from Ponnani in the north to Cochin in the south. Located 22 km south of Thrissur, this place has undergone various interpretations. Kudal means Sangam (Buddhist monks). The Kuttankulam struggle for freedom of movement and the entrance of the temple was a noteworthy struggle throughout Kerala for the Ayodhya festival. The emerald temple is the life-source of the cultural heritage of Irinjalakuda who enriched Kuthu and Koodiyattam. Cultural institutions such as Ammannoor Gurukulam, Unnaiyavariyar Memorial Kalanyalam, and Nathan Kairali are also functioning here. A large number of ceremonies are held around the site, reminiscent of the old flooring tradition. The Kudalmanikya Temple is dedicated to Bharathan, the brother of Lord Vishnu and Lord Rama. Getting out is common during festivals. There is no festival offering, only Sribhutha sacrifice. This pool is known as "Kulipini Theertham". It is important for the temple dwellers to give lotus to the new. The festivities of the temples of Kerala are in full swing with the festival of Kudalmanikya Temple. Kathakali and other art festivals are very popular during the festival. Seventeen elephants enter the festival. .