Buddhist Stupa, Boxanagar: With the wearing away of natural forest area, ruins emerged in the northwestern part of Sonamura Sub-Division on the edge of the border with Bangladesh. The natives at first identified the remains as a prehistoric temple of Manasa - the goddess of snakes. The Archeological Survey of India soon took over the entire area, and after finding a statue of Lord Buddha, were convinced that it was a Buddha Temple. After more digging and research, the true hidden story of the Buddhist Stupa was uncovered.
Location: Boxanagar, Sepahijala District
Distance: 38 km from Agartala.
Means of Transport: Bus, private cab, car, and other small vehicles.
Maamuni Pagoda, Sabroom: A Buddhist shrine of repute and veneration, Mahamuni Temple is situated on the outskirts of Agartala, 134 km away from the capital city of Tripura. The temple not only draws religious people within India but also Buddhist pilgrims from far-off nations like Thailand, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and neighboring Bangladesh. The atmosphere of this sacred place is covered in an aura of majestic holiness.
Location: Manubankul, Sabroom, South Tripura District
Distance: 134 km from Agartala
Means of transport: Bus, private cab, car, and other small vehicles.
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