This state is located in the North East of India the capital of which is Agartala.
The main local dialects spoken here and Kokborok which is also referred to as Tripuri and Bengali.
This stunningly beautiful place which was earlier baptized at Hill Tippera by the British has a history of 186 Kings over a period of over 2500 years.
The altitudes of Tripura vary from approximately 50 to 3080 ft above sea level. The climate of this state is tropical.
Considered to be the third smallest state of the country, Tripura is divided into 4 districts, 17 subdivisions and 40 development blocks.
This state houses a variety of flora and fauna as well as a number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks.
Tripura is one of the remotest states in North East India.
Not very big city. When at Agartala, manage a night to stay at Sipahijala Sanctuary Forest rest house... it is unforgetable experience. Visit Trishna sanctuary, Debtamurha, Kamala sagar Kalibari. Pilak is encient ramnant...not very organised. Without visiting Unokoti, hill of sleeping Gods, having lots of stone cut sculpture, Tripura visit canot be fulfilled. Other places of interest are Matabari, Nirmahal (in Rudrasagar...water palace with light and sound show..most famous and highlighted), Ujjayanta prasad (palace), MBB college compound, Laxminarayan temple, Anadamayee Kalibari, Jaggannathbari, Gedumiyar Masjid, Buddha mandir and the Museam. Have ride through new capital complex. While visiting places you will really enjoy the evergreen forest and nature. The place is totally safe, now no...
A good concept gone haywire due to lack of imagination and upkeep. Things have been there for, God knows how long-without ever being repaired or upgraded. Food was very bad. unch looked and tasted like one put together by a C grade CATERER for a amall town wedding reception!!