Kerala holds the second position of being the largest collections of archaeological significance of mural site after Rajasthan. This mural tradition of Thrissur developed harmony to this exceptional architectural style. The Mural Paintings on the walls of Shri Thriprayar Ramaswamy Temple are characterized by their accuracy, the adherence to color imagery, elaborate embellishments and responsive portrayal of emotions people. The subjects of murals paintings were taken from spiritual and religious texts. The temple murals were crowed with extremely stylized scenes of gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheon.
On the bank of stunning river Thrissur bordering an immense temple dedicated to Shri Rama, which gifts an attractive location of traditional legend and superb architecture. The temple is popularly known as Thriprayar of residing deity Shri Rama. The Namaskara Mandapam has a wealth of carvings on timber. Mural paintings are beautifully decorated on the walls of the temple made the place important as well as valuable for travelers. The fine panel carvings depicting the Navagraha are the prime account of attraction of Thrissur. Around the Srikovil there remains the carved episodes of Ramayana in the style of sculpture, which is the testimony of the rich structural design of the shrine.