Tripura, state of India is located in northeast India. It is bordered to the north, west, and south by Bangladesh, to the east by the state of Mizoram, and to the northeast by the state of Assam. The capital is Agartala, near the Bangladesh border in the northwestern part of the state and its area is 10,491.69 km.
Famous Personalities of Tripura
• Kumar Sachin Deb Burman (S. D. Burman)
• Maharani Tulsibati .
• Maharaja Birendra Kishore Manikya
• Arun Karta.
• Maharaja Birchandra Manikya Bahadur
• Mannik Sarkar
• Dipa Karmakar
• David Dhawan
Historical places in Tripura:
Tripura Government Museum, Agartala
Tripura Government Museum is a famous historical place preserves and exhibits the archeological findings from the nearby regions including the sculpture collection found in Pilak and Udaipur. The huge collection of archaeological antiquities, sculptures, paintings, and a wide range of tribal artifacts are on display at the museum including stone sculptures, terracotta plaques, gold coins, stone, copper and bronze inscriptions, oil paintings, textiles, and even ornaments.
Neermahal, Rudrasagar Lake
Neermahal means Water palace is the larger of the two water palaces in India. A big attraction of the Neermahal water festival is boat race in Rudrasagar Lake. Different kinds of boats are participates in that boat race competition. Apart from that swimming competition also organised in the festival.
Tripura Sundari Temple, Udaipur
This historic temple was built by a Tripura king of the Manikya Dynasty over 500 years ago. It is one of the most historic and best tourist spots in Tripura.
One of the most important and historic tourist places in Tripura is an ancient place of worship with Lord Shiva carved into the Unakoti Hill.
Popular cities in Tripura:
Tripura has several diverse ethno-linguistic groups, which has given rise to a composite culture. The dominant cultures are Bengali, Manipuri, Tripuris, Jamatia, Reang, Naitong, Koloi, Murasing, Chakma, Halam, Garo, Hajong, Kuki, Mizo, Mogh, Munda, Oraon, Santhal, and Uchoi.
Famous Festivals of Tripura is Ganga Puja. it is the religious festival of Tripura state in which the Tripura Tribals worship the Goddess of the river. Moreover people are celebrated many other festivals such as Garia Puja , Kharchi Puja. Neermahal Water Festival. Diwali Festival. Poush Sankranti Fair or Tirthamukh Mela etc .
Bengali is spoken by more than half the population in Tripura and Kokborok (Tripuri), a Tibeto-Burman language, are the state's official languages. Manipuri, another Tibeto-Burman language, also is widely spoken here.
By Rail:-. Tripura has already entered the broad gauge railway map of the country . Agartala is connected with important junctions like Guwahati, New JalpaiGuri, Sealdah and Anand Vihar at New Delhi by some express train like Tripura Sundari Express, Kanchanjangha Express and also other important places of the country
By Air:- There are three airports in Tripura such as -Kailashahar Airport ,Kamalpur Airport ,Khowai Airport through which people can communicate
By Road:- Tripura is also connected by road with various states
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