Tripura, quite off the beaten track, is a storehouse of tribal crafts and culture as well as music and dancing. In the centre of this patch of intense greenery is the capital, Agartala, where gracious buildings were once the palaces of Tripura’s royal family.
Rich in flora & fauna, the legendary state of Tripura is a fascinating world in itself. Agartala, the capital of Tripura gained prominence when Maharaja Krishna Manikya shifted his capital here in the 19th century.
Foreign tourists visiting Tripura are required to obtain a permit from The Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India, South Block, New Delhi.
PLACES OF INTREST :
Ujjayanta Palace, Kunjavan Palace, Jagannath Temple, BenuVan Vihar, Maharaja Veer Vikram College, Old Agartala, Buddha Vihar, Rabindra Kanan, State Museum
Sephahijala Wild-life Sanctuary- 33 kms, Rudra Sagar (Neer Mahal)- 60 kms, Kamala Sagar- 27 kms, Bramhakund- 48 kms, Udaipur- 52 kms, Deotamura- 70 kms, Dumbur- 110 kms, Pilak- 100 kms, Jampui Hills-250 kms, Unakoti- 200 kms, Tripura Undari Temple- 67 kms
Temprature (deg C) : Summer- Max. 35, Min. 21.7; Winter- Max. 25, Min. 10.1.
Rainfall : 22.4 cms (June to August).
Clothing : Cottons in summer, Woollens in winter.
Best Season : September to March