Located in hilly terrains of the North East India, Tripura is among the most beautiful mountainous regions of the country. The vast stretches of rugged terrains, lush green forests, amazing wildlife and breathtaking architecture of Tripura lure plenty of tourists. While the wildlife and natural beauty is awesome, Tripura also boasts of a rich heritage. The palaces and monuments of dynasties of monarchs stand as witnesses of history. Steeped in history, Dharmanagar is one such town of Tripura that attracts visitors.
Nuances of Dharmanagar
The climate is more or less pleasant though summers tend to be humid and quite hot. There are thundershowers in monsoon. Winter temperature can be quite low.
The nearby airport is at Silchar or you may opt for the Agartala airport. The city is also connected by rail to Agartala and Assam. The majority of visitors prefer traveling to the city by road. It is connected to Guwahati and Shillong by bus service.
Activities and sightseeing options
The city has some famous temples that are thronged by religious inclined visitors. The Kalibari Temple is a prime example. Situated on banks of the famous dighi lake, it witnesses plenty of footfalls over the years. The pristine surroundings are soothing on eyes. Other popular religious places in Dharmanagar are the ISKCON temple, Hari Mandir, and Shiva Bari. Both Durga puja and kali puja is celebrated with gusto in the city.
The Dighi lake placed at middle part of the town is one big attraction for visitors. On its banks, some temples are located and there is a fountain at the middle part which is illuminated at night.
Sightseeing around Dharmanagar
Dharmanagar is also close to some important tourist attractions in Tripura. You can visit the famous Jampui Hills from the town. It is quite enticing in the monsoon months. Many tourists visit during the Orange & Tourism festival which takes place in November. It is especially appealing to the shutterbugs who just cannot get enough of views of sunset and sunrise here.
Another nearby attraction is the famous Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary. Tourists can explore the awesome wildlife and natural splendor at this sanctuary. Some visitors also head to the nearby Halflong tea garden. Often called “Switzerland of the East” it offers visual refreshment to the eyes and the calm serene atmosphere soothes the mind.