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 boys 'high school and the girls' high school are at least 50 years old. KPN Oil Mills, established in 1945 and Kerala Solvent Extractions Limited are major milestones in the industry. On November 30, 1936, the first Council was established. Today it is difficult to distinguish between towns and cities. The eastern region can be categorized as hill, slope, and valley. The place-name historical texts record that Jaina-influenced places are associated with the sound of 'Iringa' and hence the name 'Irinjalakuda'. The temples of Buddhists and Jains stand together here. Irinjalakuda has a rich heritage of historical background, cultural heritage, and historical memories. Unnayavarivar's "Srirama Panchasati" is a beautiful hymn that can be described as a garland of praise for fifty decades, five hundred and thirty verses, addressed to Sri Sangamesan. 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. The idol is a talisman of a statue, about four feet high, wearing a kodandam, an ashram, a wheel, and a shank. The Eritha Pooja, Udha Pooja, and Athazha Puja are performed. The Koothambalam is a stunning example of Keralite architecture. This magnificent "tandika ravaya" is a must-see. 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. “Purification” begins three days before the flag is hoisted. Kathakali and other art festivals are very popular during the festival. .