Plcaes to visit in Tripura

5 places to visit in Tripura

Author: TG Contributor
Date: 2020-03-06

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  1. State Museum-Ujayanta Palace

The gleaming white Ujayanta Palace located in the capital city of Agartala evokes the age of Tripura Maharajas. It is a unique experience to witness living history and royal splendor within the walls of Uijayanta Palace. Constructed in 1901 A.D., this Indo-Saracenic building is set in large Mughal-style gardens on a lakefront. The Royal House which stands in the capital city Agartala covering one sq km. Area was built by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya and houses the State Museum at present.

Location: Agartala, West Tripura District.

Distance: Heart of the capital Agartala.

Means of Conveyance: Bus, Private cab, Auto and other smal vehicles etc.

Nearest Airport: 10 km from Agartala Airport.

Nearest Railway Station: 07 km from Agartala Rail-way station

Nearest Bus stop: 2 km from Chandrapur ISBT, 0.5 km. From TRTC, 2 km. From Nagerjala bus stand, 190 km. From Dharma agar via NH-44 155 km from Dharmanagar via Manik Bandar- Khowai.

  1. Neermahal, Melaghar

Neermahal is an important Tourist spot in Tripura. It is located picturesquely in the midst of the scenic Rudrasagar Lake. Built in 1930 as the summer residence of Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya, the palace was inspired by Mughal and Hindu architectural styles. The spectacular edifice still reflects the wave of its past glory and casts its spel on the mind of the visiting tourists. It is the only water palace in North East India. The lake covers an area of ​​about 5.3 sq. k.m. and is home to a variety of migratory birds and aquatic plants. The tracts of green fields edging the Rudrasagar lake come alive during the annual arrival of the migratory birds.

Entry fee: Adult @Rs. 10 / - & Junior @ Rs. 5 / -

Location: Melaghar, Sepahijala District Distance: 53 km from Agartala.

Means of Conveyance: Bus, private cab, car and other small vehicles etc.

  1. Unakoti, Kailashar

Unakoti means one less than a crore. Unakoti is an important site of archeological wonder. It is a shiva pigrimage attraction and dates back to 7th- 9th centuries AD. The site consists of several huge vertical rock-cut carvings on a hill side. The Unakoti rock-cut carving has the distinction of being the largest bas-relief sculpture in India.

Location: Kailasahar, Unakoti District.

Distance: 173 km from Agartala.

Means of convenience: Bus, private cab, car and other small vehicles etc.

  1. Pilak Santirbazar

Pilak is a place of attraction for its archelogical ramains of 8th - 9th centuries. The place is a treasure house of Buddhist and Hindu sculptures. Some huge stone images of Avlokiteswar of 9th century A.D. and Narasimha image of 12th century A.D. Are found here two bronze statues of Buddhas were discovered in Hrishyamukh near Pilak the treasure-trove of archaeological riches has close association with Moynamoti and Paharpur in Bangladesh.

Location: Jolaibari, Santirbazar, South Tripura District.

Distance: 103 km from Agartala.

Means of Conveyance: Bus, private cab, car and other small vehicles etc.

  1. Chabimura (Devtamura), Amarpur

Chabimura is famous for its panels of rock carvings on the steep mountain wall on the bank of Gomati. There are huge image rock curved of Shiva, Vishnu, Kartika, Mahisasur-mardini Durga and other Gods and Goddesses. These images date back to 15h 16th centuries A.D.

Location: Amarpur, Gomati District

Distance: 87 km from Agartala.

Means of Conveyance: Bus, private cab, car and other small vehicles etc

Best time to visit: September to March.

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