Koodalmanikyam Temple or Kudal Manikkam Temple/Koodalmanikkam Temple is a Hindu sanctuary which is arranged in Manavalassery town, Irinjalakuda, Trissur locale, Kerala state, India. The sanctuary involves the fundamental structure, walled compound with bastions, four lakes around the principle structure where in one of the lakes is arranged inside the walled structure.
Koodalmanikyam Temple is the main old sanctuary in India devoted to the love of Bharata, the third sibling of Rama; anyway the icon is that of Vishnu. "Sangameshwara"Lord of the Confluence is another name related with the god at Koodalmanikyam. The sanctuary is one of four in Kerala express that frame a set called "Nalambalam", every sanctuary committed to one of the four siblings in Ramayana: Rama, Bharata, Lakshmana and Shatrughna. The soonest chronicled reference to Koodalmanikyam Temple is found on a stone engraving ascribed to the Chera lord Stanu Ravi Varman dated 854 A.D, giving immense degrees of land for the sanctuary.
It is, in this manner, sensible to expect that the sanctuary more likely than not been in presence for a long while before this date and that and still, at the end of the day Koodalmanikyam possessed a position of significance among sanctuaries of Kerala. Koodalmanikyam sanctuary assumes a key job in the historical backdrop of Irinjalakuda as most land in and around the locale had a place with the Koodalmanikyam Temple.