With its bounty of natural splendor, Tripura serves as a treat to the weary eyes of travellers who feel exhausted of their mundane city life. Lying in the northeast of India, the place offers deep valleys, scenic vales, gorgeous mountain ranges and enchanting beauty all around. It is a culturally rich destination that enjoys various fairs and festivals taking place round the year. The state is enveloped with forest ranges, orchids, birds and trees. It offers amazing prospects for eco-friendly tourism.
Let’s walk through the melody of Tripura tourism.
It proudly represents a wonderful blend of Mughal and Indo Greek architecture. The palace dates back to the 19th century. It was constructed by Radhakishore Manikya Bahadur. It has well-laid gardens all around that are combined with fountains and pools.Get Free Tour Quotes
It lies on the banks of river Gomati. The temple was constructed during 1660-1675 by the king Govinda Manikya. The exquisite architecture appeals tourists from far and wide. It also serves as the back drop of 'Rajarshi' and 'Bisharjan', composed by Rabindranath Tagore.
Tripura Sundari Temple
Known as one of the 51 pithasthanas of the Hindus, the temple is lying around 55 km from Agartala. It is developed in the typical Bengali-hut style with two identical deities, known as Chhotima and Tripura Sundari.
Kamalasagar Kali Temple
Also called as Kasba Kali Bari, the temple lies on the Bangladesh border. It dates back to 17th century and is situated on the hillock, overlooking the Kamala Sagar. The image of the deity of the temple looks like Mahishasurmardini.
The palace offers you the splendor of the architectural styles of Mughal and Hindu. Perfectly located amidst the Rudra Sagar Lake, it appeals tourists with light and sound show besides offering a museum.Get Free Tour Quotes
The state is blessed with four wildlife sanctuaries, protecting various species of wildlife. These include Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary, Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary and Trishna Sanctuary. People can spot here sambar, elephants, barking deer and bison. Various animals, birds, animals, primates and other different species can also be seen here.
Shopping in Tripura
Tripura, the amazing destination boasts of its equally wonderful handicrafts. Most of them are crafted from bamboo and cane. The tribes are skilled in creating stunning handicrafts using natural raw materials. You can pick from furniture of cane, jewellery, floor mates, bamboo dining table and ornamental objects.