One of the imperative and engaging tourist destinations situated in the north eastern India, Tripura, is a born bearer of exemplary work of art and culture in ancient times. A slender strip of earth is a tiny home to nearly three million people. In this ancient land, beneath the rustic shadows, there have been remarkable experiments in traditional art and the crafts. The glorious history, diverse flora and fauna, flushing meadows, unmatched culture and traditional art always casts a magnetic spell on local visitors and tourists. The state’s rich handicrafts, traditional music, diversity of cultural streams and faiths, co-exist down the archives of history in pristine peace. Any visitor or tourist in Tripura can trace the state’s glorious history in its archaeological remains, cultural heritage, exquisite sculpture and architecture.
Tripura is the third smallest state in the country and forests cover more than half the area, in which bamboo and cane tracts are common. The lush jungles and the 5 century old historical monuments make Tripura a wonderful place to visit. Agartala is the capital of this state and is extremely rich for its flora and fauna.
The Neermahal Palace is the only lake palace in the northeast region of India, also where every year a boat race is organized in July/August. The Ujjayanta Palace in Agartala was the former royal abode of the Tripura kings.
One of the major attractions of Agartala is definitely the Ujjayanta Palace and is famous for its undisputable beauty and valor.
Tripura is mostly dominated by Bengalis, hence fish is an indispensable part of their cuisine. Fish is cooked in different ways along with other meat and vegetables. To venture the best of this place, make your plan accordingly as the best time to visit Tripura is between October and January, when the weather is pleasantly beautiful.