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Agartala Travel Tours Guide

Agartala the working capital of Tripura is arguably one of the most multifariously populated cities of India famous for temples, wildlife and hill stations. Tripura has constantly been a home to various coalesces of tribal people and all these tribal mergers have led to an influx of people exemplifying their own clan. Agartala, with its abundant forest cover, near arrant green backdrop, bang-up tourist sites and mellow out attitude acquaints a sight of an ideal tourist destination. The rich and variegated tribal culture booming on the high mountains and vast and beguiling green valleys adds its own charm to the attraction of the state. Agartala is not only woodlands, hills, lakes and wildlife sanctuaries but propelled into spotlight after Maharaja Krishna Manikya changed the state capital here in the nineteenth century. This city poses life in a totally typical way, very unlike the life we in our so called big cities live. Fill with spiritual and historical monuments directly necessitating great personalities like Gurudev Ravindranath Tagore, Agartala demonstrates a new-fangled aspect of tourism to the visitors for expedition.

Buddha Temple
The Buddha Temple popularly acknowledged as the Buddha Mandir is situated at the heart of the city. The temple is one of the significant religious centers and furnishes copious grounds regarding the impact of Buddhism on the populace. The shrine houses two attractive idols of Buddha and Bodhisattva

Chittangong Hills
The hills and valleys have always captivated the human imagination however the spectacle presented by the Chittangong Hills spread over a vast region simply sweeps the onlooker off the feet


Domboor Lake
Seeing a lake burst the green forest cover and carve a recession for itself is bewitching; envisage a lake of the mammoth proportions of water area of 45 sq.km and pavement wayward 48 islands within it.

Gondacherra Wildlife Sanctuary
Gondacherra Wild Life Sanctuary is proficient tourist destination to forget all your past concerns and get lost in the delighting green forest and pure ambiance of nature at its naive bestDargah Shari
Jagannath Temple
The city of Agartala was selected above Udaipur as the capital by the Manikyas. The Manikyas favored to beautify the city and ornamented it with specially created monuments and beauty spots.
Jampui Hill
The Jampui hills are also awesomely acknowledged as “the eternal hills of spring. Located at a distance of 240 kms from Agartala the hills are a cherish cove of a wide kind of orchids, oranges and a heavenly mix of scenic splendor.Foy Sagar
Kunjaban Palace
The Kunjaban Palace once known as the Pushbanta Palace was constructed in 1927 for the King Birendra Kishore Manikya is a tremendous repository which reflects the rich and aesthetic taste of the former ruler.
Neermahal
Neermahal means Water Palace situated at a length of around 50 km from Agartala. It was constructed as a summer holiday resort for the former King Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya in 1930.
Raima Valley
The Jampui hills are also awesomely acknowledged as “the eternal hills of spring. Located at a distance of 240 kms from Agartala the hills are a cherish cove of a wide kind of orchids, oranges and a heavenly mix of scenic splendor.
Ravindra Kanan

The King Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya was not only fond of building Palaces for himself but was also as elegant when it bore on his close-knit circle of friends from the formal and academic societies. The King order building of a palatial house for his friend Ravindranath Tagore.
Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary
The Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary is situated at a distance of 35 km from Agartala. Cover an area of 18.5 sq km the Sanctuary boasts of bursting congregating of wildlife, particularly birds and primates
State Museum
The Tripura Government/State Museum in Agartala was founded in the year 1970. The museum contains a cache of some the rare stone images, historic old coins of several appellation and archaeological remains.
Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary
The Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary cover an area of 197.7 sq km, was formally in 1988. Rich in flora and fauna the Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary of Tripura boastings of forest reserve with ample patches unaffected by human presence

Ujjayanta Palace
The heart and soul of the city of Agartala demonstrates the Ujjayanta Palace, the renowned royal house, attractively carved and graved in Indo-Greek style.

Ummaneshwar Temple
The Ujjayanta Palace surroundings contain several temples idolized by the populace. The temples of Jagganath and Ummaneshwar are situated just opposite to each other on the green elongates of grass within the Palace yard

Unakoti
The astounding rock cut sculptures and stone pictures at Unakoti are placed at a distance of 175 Kms from Agartala.

Venuban Vihar
At a distance of approximately 2 Km from the city of Agartala is situated the Venuban Vihar where a Buddha shrine contains a metal idol of Lord Buddha.
When To Go
The festival of Durga Puja comes during October – November which is highly appealing and the more tourist activities are seeable in the city.

How To Reach
Agartala airport is connected to Indian cities Kolkata and Guwahati. Other metro cities can be reached via Kolkata. Kolkata is well connected with all major cities in India and abroad.

   
 
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