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Tripura

The damp landscapes, lavish green valleys, in addition to the giant hill locks are the things that are perfect for the holiday destination. The imaginary land for nature lovers by means of stunning waterfalls and enormous mountains create Tripura the dream destination. Known to be one among the Seven Sister States of North- East India, Tripura is said to enrich in a culture that reflects over its best attractions particularly monuments as well as heritage sites. If you are her who are searching out for the Animal Planet experience, this wildlife here calls in for a scary adventure.

If you are her who are searching out for the Animal Planet experience, this wildlife here calls in for a scary adventure.
The Tripura district is said to bless by splendour that you could witness by way of its water bodies, wildlife, and places. The people who live here are very much friendly enough, welcoming and warm. Certain of people are skilful artisans and craftsmen who exhibit their creativeness over numerous artwork.


Tripura is enclosed through Bangladesh at the north, south and then west side whereas at the east side it is surrounded by Assam and Mizoram. So as to get there you can choose flights which fly from most significant cities and metros that will land you at the Agartala, the capital of the state. You could select opt trains from Guwahati towards Dharmanagar-Kumarghat. The finest time to visit Tripura would be from the month of October until March. Listed below are the most visited places in Tripura and it is worth visiting these places.

Agartala

AgartalaPhotos by G0SUB,

Agartala is the capital city of Tripura and one among the very famed destination. A wide range of best attractions exists in this city. This place is also well notorious for the production of fresh rice, tea, oil seeds and jute. The worth places to visit in Agartala are the Kunjaban Palace, Neer Mahal, and Ujjayanta Palace. These destinations portray the inspired structural design of the majestic era.


Kumarghat

Kumarghat

The city is located in the North part of Tripura as well as is prominent for its massive pineapple cultivation. It is roughly 140 km from the Agartala city. They engage them a lot in the fruit farming. The celebrated tourist destination remains to be so called Venuban Vihar that is been constructed by the Magadha King Bimbisar. At present, it is been converted to deer park and a zoo. You can also find the stunning lake called as Kamala Sagar that is a famous picnic spot and worth visiting it.

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Deotamura

Deotamura

Deotamura is located at the northeast side of Tripura. The must visit places here are the rock cut sculptures that are situated on the banks of Gomati River. These sculptures are comprised of Ganesha, Vishnu and also mighty lord Shiva and lot more. Deotamura exactly means the peak of God’s. Recently this place is turning out to be pretty much popular places for the locals as well as the devotees, a trip of these rock-cut sculptures would carry you to the exciting series of images engraved at the hills that would be facing the Gomati river that is called to be Chabimura. This place is said to back early dates of 15th and 16th century AD.

Pilak

Pilak

This place is roughly 100 km from Agartala. It is positioned among the dense valley enclosed by way of paddy fields. You can notice a lot of archaeological leftovers here. The Buddhist and Hindu sculpture could be seen at the ever best in this place. The region exhibits the several tourist attractions such as stone images of Avolokiteswara, sealing with Supa and terracotta plaques, comprising the pictures of Narasimhan that is said to be found at the period early to Buddhist era.

Unakoti

You cannot compare the artistry that is present here with any of the rest. It holds several rocks cut sculptures as well as marvellous ancient temples. The sculptures that are exhibited is really a must visit one since these carvings are vast in size at the same time created on vertical walls visible in the open atmosphere. These carvings are been situated in a prettily landscaped forest region through green vegetation all over the place that enhances the beauty of these carvings. The images that are found at Unakoti are two styles one is the rock-carved figures and the other named stone images. It moreover popular for the Ashokashtami Fair that is been held every year.

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Udaipur

Udaipur

Udaipur is nearly 55 km far from Agartala and it is also popular for the lush temples. The most visited ones are the Bhubaneswari Temple and Tripura Sundari Temple. The Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary is too here that covers the stunning botanical gardens and exciting zoo. It also stands for the beautiful lake that is situated where you can enjoy the boating facilities. It holds numerous species of birds and then covers the unique spectacles monkey.

Jampui Hills

Jampui Hills

Jampui hills stand to be the highest range of hills at the state of Tripura that is at an altitude of 3000 ft beyond the sea level. The hill top offers incredible sights of the stunning valleys. Each and every year during the month of November you can see a festival called Orange Tourism festival is been celebrated. The sunrise, as well as sunset at the hill range, offers the enchanting sight. The Mother Nature charm, the pleasing weather, several varieties of trees, orchids plus orange gardens, cordial people and rich traditional heritage creates it the perfect destination for the travellers.

Dumboor

Dumboor

Resting perfectly among the hills that are packed with green vegetation, the Dumboor Lake is one among the best-visited destination at the state of Tripura. Truly this place is a treat to watch. The trip here will comprise of a visit to 48 islands and an excellent hydel project. You could spot several seasonal birds and then the reservoir of cultured fishes. The appearance of the lake is similar to the tabour shaped tiny drum, the “Dumboor” of Lord Shiva from where the term called “Dumboor” is been originated. The lake remains to be the convergence of Raima River and Sarma River.

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