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Malinithan

Malinithan is an archaeological and mythological site where ruins of temple of probably medieval India can be found. The place has reference in marriage of Lord Krishna with Rukmini who went on to meet Goddess Parvati to beg her blessings at this location after marriage. As such Malinithan is considered as a sacred place and …

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Aakhura Check Post

Consequent upon Partition of the sub-continent in 1947, Aakhura check post had to be created to facilitate legalize movement of people between Bangladesh and India. Of late, Aakhura has become an emerging hub to facilitate cross border trade between the two countries. The serene beauty and calm ambience at Aakhura check post located at a …

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Fourteen Goddesses Temple

Also known as Chturdasha Temple, Fourteen Goddesses Temple was built by Maharaja Krishna Manikya Debbarma to honour fourteen Gods and Goddesses called Chaturdasha Devta. Located in Old Agartala, the calm ambience of the Temple attracts the tourist. The best time to visit the Temple is July during which Kharchi festival is organized every year to …

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Kunjaban Palace

Located in the north of Ujjayanta Palace at a distance of about 1 Km was constructed by Maharaja Birendra Kishore Manikya Bahadur during 1909-1923. The Maharaja himself designed the palace with an intention to use the Palace for private retreat. Being on the green hilltop in Agartala, the exotic beauty of nature can be enjoyed …

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Ujjayanta Palace

Ujjayanta Palace was built in 1899-1901 by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya of Manikya Dynasty on the bank of a lake in Agartala. The palace, sprawling over 1 Sq. Km, is decorated with Mughal gardens all around. However, with the merger of State of Tripura with India in 1949, the palace was purchased from the Royal …

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Bhabatarini Mandir

Located in a small town Kumarghat at a distance of about 27 Km from Kailashahar, the temple was established in 1981. Built on the occasion of Shiva Chaturdashi, the temple is visited by thousands of devotees every year. The auspicious Shiva Chaturdashi and Kali Puja is celebrated every year amidst gaiety. When you are there, …

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Purano Rajbari

According to the author of the book “RAJMALA”, Kaliprasanna Sen, Purano Rajbari was the Capital of Tripura. He also mentioned that Maharaja Indra Manikya built the palace at Rangauti at Kailashahar. There lies a huge lake (Khowra bil) sprawling over an area of 5 Sq. Km is known as Rajar Deghi.

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Unakoti

Also known as Shaiva-Tirtha, the place is famous for wide numbers of fine rock carvings. Located at a distance of 8 Km from district headquarter Kailashahar and 180 Km from Agartala and 28 Km from Kumarghat, the hillock is surrounded by lush green forests clubbed with waterfalls presenting a mesmerizing beauty of the nature. In …

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Mahamuni Pagoda

The pleasant yet intricate architectural design of the Pagoda is a fact of attraction. This is one of the most prominent place in Tripura having international influence. Owing to its prominence, the visitors from Japan, Srilanka, Burma etc. visit the place every year. Located at Mannubankul at a distance of about 134 Km from Agartala …

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Pilak

An archeological site in Belonia and is famous for many antiquities of 8th to 20th century that have been discovered here. Some of the excavated sites are Shyam Sundar Tilla, Deb Bari, Thakurani Tilla, Balir Pathar, Basudev Bari and Sagar Deba. The site, under Archeological Survey of India, is located at a distance of about …

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