Tripura is often not the first choice of tourists. However, the blend of history, culture and natural beauty in Tripura is untouched and meant to captivate your soul.
Located at the heart of Agartala, Ujjayanta Palace is the most popular tourist attractions of Tripura. The royal walls, magnificent doors and curved panoramic ceilings clearly explains us the independent lineage of this state.
The twisted twirl and a spectacular view of the 7 rivers dominates the hilly terrain and makes us fall in love with the valley.
The palace, which reflects the blessings of architecture and it, stands beautifully in the centre of Rudrasagar Lake. That is how it got its name; Neer means Water and Mahal means Palace.
An old monumental site, this Buddha temple stands at the top of Agartala. The freshness of the environment and vintage architecture has nothing but only positivity to offer.
Raima valley is a huge green landscape of ornamented gardens and plantations in the most organized way. It is known as the mother of the tribals in Tripura. One of the offbeat spots filled with soulful retreats makes it a must-visit.
Jampui hills are one of the most pleasant spots of Tripura. It is welcoming to the tourists almost throughout the year, although you can get the most out the evergreen sparkling spot in the springs.
Maximum of the Tripura offers you immense greenery and astonishing landscapes. The very popular Sephahijala Wildlife Sanctuary, located about 25 kms away from Agartala is home to 150 species of birds and known for its peculiar spectacled monkey. There are many other worthy-spots for witnessing the flora & fauna like Trishna Wild Life Sanctuary.
The age old and popular handloom industry of Tripura is the perfect showcase of the talented state. Loin-loom, riha or risa, bed covers, asanas, silk, cane and bamboo works, and other artistic handicrafts are examples of excellent handlooms.
The famous stone carvings of Tripura are a must-visit and are known for its beautiful illustrations just made out of stones. The Unakoti, Debtamura and Pilak are sites displaying these carvings in the most elegant way.
It is one of the 51 pithasthans of India and the most religious site. Located at 58 kms from Agartala, pilgrims go there to offer prayers to Goddess Kali or the Goddess Shakti.
Also known as Jagannath Temple, it is dedicated to the incarnations of the Lord Vishnu. Feel the religious and mythological vibe near the pond where the idols depict the story of Mahabharata.
For the foodies, Tripura has something lip smacking for your plate.The famous dry-fish is quite a popular mean eaten with rice, daal and chutney. Delve into its mouth-watering fragrance.
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