Unakoti

Unakoti hill, literally meaning one less a koti in Bengali, hosts an ancient Shaivite place of worship with huge rock reliefs celebrating Shiva.It is the prime tourist spot of Unakoti District Tripura in the Kailashahar Subdivision in the North-eastern Indian state of Tripura.[1] It is Shiva pilgrimage and dates back to 7th – 9th centuries if not earlier.

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Ujjayanta palace

The gleaming white Ujjayanta Palace located in the capital city of Agartala evokes the age of Tripura Maharajas. The name Ujjayanta Palace was given by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore. It is a unique experience to witness living history and Royal splendour within the walls of Ujjayanta Palace.

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Rudrasagar lake

The Rudrasagar Lake falls in the Melaghar Block under Sonamura Sub-Division in the West Tripura District and at a distance of about 50 km from the state capital of Tripura. Geographically the lake is situated in between 23°29° N and 90°01° E. Hydromorphologically, Rudrasagar Lake is a natural sedimentation reservoir, which receives flow from three perennial streams namely, Noacherra, Durlavnaraya cherra and Kemtali cherra.

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Sundari Temple

Tripura Sundari Temple is a beautiful temple situated in Udaipur, around 55 km away from Agartala, Tripura. This opulent temple is 500 years old thereby making it the oldest temple present in the Udaipur district. Tripura Sundari Temple is one of the 51 Sakti Peethas and is the place where the toe of the right foot of Sati fell. Owing to its history and beauty, this majestic temple remains flooded by tourists all through the year.

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Siphijola wildlife

Sepahijala wildlife sanctuary is truly the biodiversity heaven of Tripura with an area of 18.53km. With the increase in population, there was considerable pressure threatening to diminish the forest cover and the related biodiversity of the Sepahijala area. To conserve and propagate the biodiversity of the area, the Sepahijala bio-complex came into existence in 1972.

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Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

is a wildlife sanctuary in Tripura, India of some 18.53 square kilometres (7.15 sq mi), about 25 kilometres (16 mi) from the city centre, located in Bishalgarh.[2] It is a woodland with an artificial lake and natural botanical and zoological gardens. It is famous for its clouded leopard enclosures. The sanctuary contains a variety of birds, primates, and other animals.

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Trishna wildlife sanctuary

Situated about 111 km from Agartala, Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary is another protected area dedicated to the vital mission of conservation of nature, wildlife and biodiversity which is frequented by visitors and tourist. It’s area is 194.704 sq.km. apart from the healthy forest coverage and plant-plethora, the great attraction of this Wildlife Sanctuary is a sizeable population of Gaur or Indian Bison.

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Rabindra kanan

Quietly nestled south of Raj Bhawan, the sprawling ‘Rabindra Kanan’, a park with lush greenery and an abundance of flowers, is home to children and young people, looking for a peaceful nest for heart-to-heart chatting.Apart from the colourful flowers, what heightens the beauty of the park is a ‘Puppet House’ for children who enormously enjoy the puppet shows. The visitors to the park draw a bonus in the form of delicious food served by the Assam Rifles canteen, west of it.

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Nehru park

The reddish glow of the toxic top-soil on the bare strip of land in Gorkha Basti area, north of Agartala town, would hurt the eyes till a few years ago.It was the time when the state government was looking to shift a part of its administrative setup out of the heart of the town. Quite naturally the choice fell on the government land in sprawling Gorkha Basti area.

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Gumti national park

Picturesque Gumti sanctuary having 389.540 square kms is located at south-east corner of the state in the south Tripura district. What adds charm to the Gomati sanctuary is a vast.A very large variety of birds including winter visitors are found in the Gumti hydel reservoir. The semi-evergreen, evergreen pockets of forest with a very large plant species of 230 varieities exist in this sanctuary. Of trees , more than 150 spp. of climbers and climbing shrubs, more than 160 spp.

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Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated in the north Tripura district, it can be approached from panisagar and is adjacent to the national highway. It is a small sanctuary with an area of 86 hectares and it is one of the few remnants of the natural forests left that is easily accessible to the visitors. It presents ample scope for study by the botanists. It harbours more than 150 species of birds, wild beasts and primates.

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Ham Ham Waterfall

The most awesome water drops of Tripura 'HAM HAM' discover the invisible beauty of Hamham water fall. Who challenge to discover true crazy life and see great Ham Ham Waterfall?The complete strolling time is about 2 half an hour to reach the location. If you strategy to shift to see the waterfall, following prevention preparations should be done:

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Baramura National Park

The Kalapania Nature Park is considered to be an excellent tourist spot in Agartala. Located at a distance of about 120 km from the city, the main attraction here is the nature interpretation centre situated in the middle part of the park. In addition to this, the 21 hectares park has a water tower, traditional e-huts known as “Tang Ghars”, picnic and boating facilities as well as jungle trekking tours.

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Kunjaban Palace

Constructed by King Birendra Kishore Manikya in 1917, the Kunjaban Palace is the official residence of the Governor of Tripura.The intricate carvings and magnificent structures built here, along with the magnificent adjoining gardens make it a marvellous monument as a whole.

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Neermahal Palace

Neermahal (meaning "Water Palace") is a former royal palace built by King Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur of the erstwhile Kingdom of Tripura, India in the middle of the lake Rudrasagar in 1930 and was completed by 1938. It is situated in Melaghar, 53 kilometers away from the Agartala, the capital of Tripura.

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Jagannath Temple,Agartala

The Jagannath temple is a famous religious site located in Agartala in Tripura. Built by the Maharaja of Tripura of the Manikya Dynasty in the 19th century, the temple is situated in the Ujjayanta Palace grounds and is dedicated to the Hindu Gods- Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra. The beauty of this spectacular place lies in the fact that the temple is as much a place of architectural beauty and prestige as it is of religious importance.

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Kalapania Nature Park

Every development project adds a new dimension to the socio-economic profile of a place, transforming life-styles , developing infrastructure and altering social ethos as a whole .Nothing illustrates this better than the sprawling Kalapania Eco Park in Sabroom subdivision of Tripura. A swift ride along the extended Agartala-Sabroom national highway (No-44) takes a tourist to Kalacherra in close to three hours and one more KM ahead a leftward turn off the highway.

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Chaturdasha Temple

Chaturdasha Temple is a Hindu temple (mandir) situated near Old Agartala, India, and features the Bengal dome patterned after the roofs of village huts in Bengal. The dome is surmounted by a stupa-like structure which reveals traces of Buddhist influence.

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