- Tripurasundari Temple
Tripurasundari Temple Udaipur Tripurasundari temple, popurlarly known as Matabari is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths (Shrine of the goddess of power) in India as per Hindu mythology the said temple was constructed by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya in 1501 AD. The placid lake Kalyansagar that is in the back side of the temple has added colors to the overall environment of the temple. Thousands of devotees from across the country come to this popular religious shrine where to celebrate Diwali Festival with great enthusiasm.
Location: Matabari, Udaipur, and Gomati
District Distance: 55 km from Agartala
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- Bhubaneswari Temple
Bhubaneswari Temple, Udaipur It is situated on the bank of the river Gomati at Udaipur. This temple is immortalized in Tagore's books namely "Rajarshi and Bisarjan". In addition there are other magnificent temples like Jagannath temple and good number of lakes which also attract the visitors. Some of them are Jagannath Dighi, Mahadev Dighi, Dhani Sagar, Amar Sagar and Kalyan Sagar etc.
Location: Udaipur, Gomati District
Distance: 53 km from Agartala.
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- Kasba kali temple, kamalasagar
The venerated Shakti Shrine was built on a hill-top by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya in the late 15th century. It is situated just beside the Bangladesh border. Maharaj Dhanya Manikya (1940-1520) dug a large water body in front of the temple and named it Kamalasagar following the name of his wife Kamaladevi. The deity installed inside the temple is of goddess Durga but as the base platform has an image of Shiva, the handed Durga fighting the buffalo demon Mahisasur, is worshiped as goddess kali. Location: Kamalasagar, Sepahijala District
Distance: 32 km from Agartala.
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- Chaturdash Devata Temple
Chaturdash Devata Temple old Agartala Chaturdash Devata Temple is located at Khayerpur, Old Agartala. Before 1770 A.D. The images of fourteen Gods were in Udaipur in two temples beside Tripureshwar Bhairab Temple. Maharaja Krishna shifted his capital from Udaipur to Old Agartala after being defeated by Shamser Gazi. The images of Fourteen Gods were also taken to the new capital and installed in a new temple. On the occasion of the special Puja of the Fourteen Gods known as 'Kharchi Puja', a grand fair is held in and around the old palace. Location: Old Agartala, West Tripura District. Distance: 9 km Agartala from Means of Conveyance: Bus, private cab, Auto and other small vehicles etc. Manikya, being.