The beauty of the erstwhile kingdom of Tripura stems from the splendor of its natural and cultural heritage. There are neither great mountain peaks, nor major rivers in Tripura yet its verdant expanses and rich forest land have had a great attraction for visitors for centuries. Tripura offers a plethora of delightful attractions in its cavalcade of historic places, rock cut carvings, sculptures, Buddhist and Hindu holy places, wildlife sanctuaries, and tribal people. Poet laureate Rabindranath Tagore found its pollution-free, eco-friendly environment, pleasant climate and tranquility the perfect retreat to compile some of his works here. Blending into the hills and valleys, the villages are a tapestry of rich ethnic traditions.
The beauty of the erstwhile kingdom of Tripura stems from the splendor of its natural and cultural heritage. There are neither great mountain peaks, nor major rivers in Tripura yet its verdant expanses and rich forest land have had a great attraction for visitors for centuries. Tripura offers a plethora…
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Explore Tourist Places of Tripura
This tour package will take you on a journey through Tripura, one of the seven sister states of Northeast India. Visit museums and temples and archaeological sites as you soak in the rich heritage and culture of the state.
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Both tribal and non tribal communities celebrate the 7-day of Kharchi Puja festival with great vigor. The 14 goddesses are worshiped in July every year at Agadala Garia Puja.
The tribal people of Tripura celebrate Garia Puja on the seventh day of the month of Baisakh, which is in the month of April. The puja ends with dancing and singing
Diwali is celebrating with great enthusiasm in Tripura, but its celebrations are most colorful at the Tripura sundari Temple near Udaipur. A big mela is followed by a cultural program during mid-Kartik (October-November).
Pous Sankranti - The great Pous Sankranti Mela, held at Tirthamukn, attracts hosts of devotees from different places in Tripura’s Neighboring State as the Gomati River becomes the focal point of a Sankranti on 14th January. Thousands of people from all tribal & non tribal communities hailing from different places in Tripura converge on Tirthamukh, the birth place of the river to take a holy dip.
Unakoti is the delightful venue of the annual Ashokastani fair held in March/April
Durga Puja - The Goddess Durga is celebrated in the state for 4 days during September/October with pomp and gaiety. Shopping sprees and fun mark the occasion. Large pandals, lavishly decorated, are raised for the Durga puja at different places in the city.
The orange harvest is the scene for the colorful Orange & Tourism Festival held every year on the Jampui Hills during the month of November. Jampui Hill is the only hill station in Tripura where the succulent fruit grows so bountifully.
The Rudrasagar Lake will become an activity of the colorful Boat Race organized annually by the Information Cultural Affairs & Tourism Department
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Tripura has many historical sites, so to avoid the crowd while exploring such sites, choose to visit these places at around lunch time.
Carry drinking water and stay well hydrated. Tripura has hot and wet summers. It is also advised to carry face wipes.
Carry some change or coins while visiting popular religious temples. If you feel like giving something, you can use them. But also keep your wallets and purses safe.
Learn some phrases in the local language also try to get lost purposely. Sometimes wandering around can help you discover amazing places. However be careful and stay safe.