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Top 10 Tourists Places of Tripura - Historical Palaces, Wildlife Sanctuary, Temples & Why It's Famous

Tripura state is rich in historical & magnificent tourists spots & culture which travellers can enjoy. Check for more

Top 10 Tourists Places of Tripura - Historical Palaces, Wildlife Sanctuary, Temples & Why Its Famous

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Tripura is the beautiful state of North-East india. Tripura is rich in historical & magnificent tourists sports which travellers can enjoy. Culture and different types of festivals celebrate all around the tripura throughout year. Durga puja and Dewali are celebrated as a prime festival in Tripura. Garia Puja, Asokatami, Pilak festival, karchi and Neermahal water festival is also celebrated in Tripura.

Popular Tourists Spots in Tripura

Tripura has many tourist places i.e. Palaces, lakes in tripura, hill tourists spots, Wildlife Sanctuary & temples in tripura which tourists visit every year. Tripura Agartala, the capital of Tripura has many attractions. The place is included in the list of the most famous tourist attractions of tripura. Check below...

Ujjayanta Palace


Views of Mughal Garden: The grandeur structured palace constructed by Maharaja Raja Kishore Manikya Debbarma between 1899 and 1901 was purchased by the Governement of Tripura from the royal family.It now stands as a museum showcasing the lifestyle, arts , cultural traditions and various historical essence of the Northeast. This museum has a garden created in the European style featuring artificial lakes, musical fountains .

Famous Rudrasagar Lake in Tripura


Receiving its flow from three streams of clear water bodies and discharging into the Gumati river, this Rudrasagar lake is in the Sipahijila of the state. With a status as a wetland of International importance by the Government of India's Ministry of Environment and forest, this lake is marked as an important Bird area with acquintance from several migratory birds.

Neermahal Palace in Tripura


The magnificient looking palace is a perfect blend of Hindu and Muslim culture and heritage irrespective of its architectual perspective. This palace built in 1938 is one of the seven wonders of the country and it is situated in the Rudrasagar lake with its definite beauty in its surroudings.

Unakoti Hill Spot in Tripura


According to Hindu mythology, the walls of the Unakoti hill is the consequence of a curse given by Lord Shiva to turn some Gods and Goddesses to stone after they failed to wake up before sunrise and set out for Kashi along with Lord Shiva. The main attraction is the 30 feet high sculpture known as Unakotiswara Kal Bhairava.

Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary in Tripura


This wildlife sanctuary in tripura is famous for clouded leopards with its distinctive flooring of coffee and rubber plantations is located in Bishalgarh covering an area of 7.15 sq km from the total land of Tripura. Spectacled langur, capped langur, pig tailed macaque and rhesus macaque are main attraction of this wildlife sanctuary along with abundant variety of flora and fauna.

Tripura Sundari Temple


This Hindu temple of goddess Tripura Sundari is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas of India. With its own distinct architectural style, this temple is highly influence by the medieval Bengal "Char chaala". Every year, a famous mela is held in this temple.

The Chaturdasha Temple


The temple of fourteen dieties built by Krishna Manikya Debbarma is dedicated to Chaturdasha Devata. The main attraction of this temple is that the idols have only heads and are made of alloy. The only idol made of silver is that of Lord Shiva.

Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary in Tripura

Indian Gaur being the prime attraction of this sanctuary, this sanctuary covers an area of 163.08 sq km. It also holds perrenial water rivulets, water bodies and grassland in its laps.

Raj Bhawan or Pushpavant


Witnessing greatness of many poetic creations, this bhawan is the official residence of Governor of Tripura. This palace has a well laid garden and lawns within the compound and was constructed back in 1917 by Maharaja Birendra Kishore Manikya Debbarman.

Ummaneshwar Temple & Jaganath Mandir


This tripura temple is situated opposite to the Ujjayanta Palace yard is orange in colur and has its distinctive style in West Bengali culture.

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