Tripura is one of the blessed state of North East India. Famous for its cultural treasures, there are numerous ancient temples, cultural centers and the pleasant natural beauty. Ranking as the third smallest state in the country it certainly does not lack in attractions. 19 indigenous tribes call it home with other population. The beautiful capital city, Agartala has various allures for a memorable holiday. Divine temples with roots in mythological tales, unique sculptures and remnants of a glorious empire are some thrilling attractions.
The capital city of Tripura, Agartala has the best allures of the state. The city is rich in natural beauty. The tribal and the state culture is well preserved in the museums. The wildlife sanctuaries are home to rare delights of the state. The glorious past and heritage of the state can be seen in their ancient temples, places and other monuments. Any tour of the state remains incomplete without a visit to the city.
Jampui hills is the highest hill range of the state. The eco-sphere of the region is blessed with rare species of flora, fauna and endemic species. Clouds creates a mystical and beautiful appearance. Trekking and safari of the hill range is incredible. The views of the panorama are blissful. In the month of November, during the Orange and Tourism Festival, crowds from all over the world reach the place.
The second largest city in Tripura, Dharmanagar has a rich past. The heritage treasures are evident from the historic monuments and palaces. The vast stretches of rugged terrains, lush green forests and amazing wildlife create a wonderful a backdrop. Check out the alluring ISKCON temple, Hari Mandir and Shiva Bari. Visit the city during any religious festival and enjoy festivities in regal splendor.
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Udaipur had been a glorious capital of Tripura. The city has heritage and culture that any visitor will love to explore. There are numerous ruined buildings, palaces and holy lakes scattered all over the city. Tripura Sundari temples is a significant temple of the place. The revered site is a famous Kali Temple where devotees come from all over the world.
Kailashahar is another important site of the treasured heritage of Tripura. Unakoti is the biggest allure of the place. Hundreds of rock cut sculptures lie scattered here. The mystical and revered ruins are the site of many religious festivals. An 11 feet ruined carving of Lord Shiva is one prominent allure. Other attractions are Choudoo Devotar temple, Lakhi Narayan Bari and lush tea estates.