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  • By Air : The main airport of the state is located in Agartala the state capital. Many public and private airlines operate regular flights to and from Agartala. From Kolkata and Guwahati it takes less than 45 minutes to reach Tripura by air. The state has 3 more airports in Khowai, Kamalpur and Kailashahar where small chartered-planes can land easily.
  • By Train : Kumarghat is the nearest railhead, which is at a distance of 140 Km. away from Agartala. Kumarghat is linked by railways to Guwahati, which is in turn connected to the rest of the country. One can approach Guwahati from most major railway stations in India.
  • By Bus : National Highway No.44 connects Agartala to Guwahati via Shillong in 24 hours. But the location of the state makes it more convenient to reach Tripura from Bangladesh by road. There are various bus service plying and taking people from one place to other.



The most prominent fact about Tripura is that it is the second most smallest state of the Indian Nation. Initially, an Union Territory but in the year 1972 the status of Tripura was elevated to a full fledged state. The very first thing that one notices about Tripura is its natural beauty and its picturesque landscape. The rolling hills, dales, lush green valleys all add an extra dimension to ones understanding about Tripura.


  • Unakoti : This is a place where you would find numerous rock carvings, murals with their primitive beauty. The carvings trace their origin in Hindu mythology. Green vegetation around adds to the charm of the place.
  • Kunjaban Palace : About 1km north of the Ujjayanta Palace, the Manikyas built here another royal palace, which bears an association with Tagore, the Nobel laureate poet. Perched on a green hillock, the scenic locality inspired him to compose a number of songs here.
  • Neermahal Palace : Located on an island in the Rudrasagar Lake, this is also a royal palace. The Mughal influence architecture in a serene surrounding makes it one of the major tourist attractions in Tripura.
  • Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary : Tripura has a vast forestland, which is abundant in various flora and fauna. You can spot the rare of spectacled monkey, deer and as many as 150 species of birds in this Wild Life Sanctuary.
  • Pilak & Venuban Vihara : The state also has quite a few Buddhist sites, which are significant tourist attractions in Tripura. Pilak houses colossal stone images Hindu and Buddhist faith like: Avolokiteshwar and Narasimha. Venuban Vihara preserves some beautiful metal idols of Lord Buddha and Bodhisatva, which are actually of Burmese origin.
  • Tripura Government Museum : It is a repository of artifacts and manuscripts that are a hallmark of the rich history of the northeast. In fact, the museum is an integral part of the state's cultural extravaganza. The museum has been accorded the distinguished status of a State Level Museum under Directorate of Higher Education was inaugurated on 22nd June, 1970.


  • Tripura Sundari Temple : Dedicated to Tripura Sundari, an incarnation of Goddess Sati, the temple is one of the religious center in the north eastern state of Tripura. Visitors requires no date, season or permit and each new day in a year is the best time to visit.
  • Bhuvaneswari Temple : Situated on the bank of Gomati river at Udaipur, Bhuvaneswar temple is just 55 kms from Agartala, the capital town of Tripura. It was constructed by Maharaja Govind Manikya during 1660-1675 A.D and is master piece of the state architectural beauty.
  • Kamalasagar Kali Temple : As the name suggest, this temple is situated atop a hillock and overlooks a crystal-clear pool of water, KamalaSagar in Tripura. It is nestled in the Kasba region and is just 27 kms away from the capital Agaratala. The temple was constructed sometime in 17th century and its main deity is the Dasabhuja Durga (Goddess Durga with 10 hands).



Best time to visit is between the months of October to March.



Tripura weather is usually of moderate intensity neither very cold and nor very hot. Tripura witness a mild winter during the months of October to January when the temperature may drop to about 10 degrees Celsius. Summer temperature during March to August can go up to 35 degrees Celcius.


  • Karchi Mela in Tripura : The festival color in Tripura can be experienced best during the Karchi Mela. It is organized annually in the month of July at old Agaratala and the celebration continues for a week. The fair ground receives several steps of Maharishis, Saints, entertainers and spectators from different parts of the world.
  • Pous-Sankranti Mela : Referred to popularly as the Tirthamukh mela, the Pous Sankranti fair is the first of many festivals in Tripura, chronologically speaking. Each year, the fair is held at Tirthamukh, from where the river Gomati originates.Devout locals and holy men from the area attend the fair and bathe in the river. The mela is undoubtedly a religious affair, but it is meant for all those who have faith in a higher power to come together in one place in order to worship the divine. It is truly a remarkable sight.
  • Ashok Ashtami Fair : The fair is held every year in the month of April at Unakoti Tirtha of Kailashahar Sub-Division in North Tripura. Pilgrims from all over the state assemble here to offer Puja to the images of gods and goddesses engraved on the hilly rocks.
  • Garia Puja : Garia Puja is a tribal festival celebrated in a traditional way by the people of Tripura. It is celebrated throughout the state with a lot of pomp and gaiety. The children and youth play drums, sing and dance in front of the Lord Garia, the deity of livestock and wealth to please him. On this day people from all the communities living in Tripura seek the blessing of God Garia. But the puja is mainly conducted by Jhumias (people who follow jhum cultivation on hilly slopes of the state).
  • Wah (Lamp) Festival : The young boys and girls stand in rows with lamps in hand to worship the Lord Buddha. The youngsters indulge in merriment through songs and dances in the premises of Buddha temple. The traditional dance of the Mog community is known as 'Way Dance' or 'Lamp Dance'.
  • Buddha Poornima : It is an important to give a summarized description on the Buddhist festivals in India, especially in the main places of worship. The principal annual ceremony for all the Buddhist is the Vaisaka Purnima known in Sri Lanka as Wesak festival and in India as Buddha Jayanti. Vaisaka Purnima day is fixed by the full-moon day of the month Vaisaka, which falls in May.

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