Irinjalakuda is a municipality in Thrissur district in Kerala. It is said that Iringalakkuda was one of the national groups formed when the Namboodiris set up the territories of Kerala for administrative control. 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. This market was a major hub of the grocery trade and it also markets pepper, cashew, coconut, and copra. All the villages in Kerala are fast becoming cities. Today it is difficult to distinguish between towns and cities. The majority of the population belongs to Irinjalakuda, which has a rich cultural heritage. Located 22 km south of Thrissur, this place has undergone various interpretations. Kudal means Sangam (Buddhist monks). 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. Unni Warayar and Ammannoor Chakyas, who are still practicing the vital arts of Koothu and Kudiyattam, are weeping proudly. The banyan tree is located in the middle of the main street. It is believed that Hanuman is in Thidapalli and Durga and Bhadrakali are in the south and north of the gate. Getting out is common during festivals. The Koothambalam is a stunning example of Keralite architecture. Thulasam is brought from Pottakachcheri on palm leaves, bananas, and vegetables. The next day the Kuttanchery Moose is specially prepared for the devotees. People believe that whatever the obstacle is, the three new entanglements will be fulfilled. Kathakali and other art festivals are very popular during the festival. Kathakali and other art festivals are very popular during the festival. .