One of the seven states in the north eastern state of India, Tripura is blessed with loads of tourist attractions which put emphasis on its bravura settings and other noteworthy sightseeing places are so unique that their brilliance is just out of the world.
Agartala: The capital city Agartala is an exceptional city in itself truly loaded with some alluring places of interest such as Tribal Museum, Sukanta Academy, Ujjayanta Palace, State Museum, Uma Maheswar Temple, M.B.B. College, Jagannath Temple and Laxminarayan Temple. You can also explore the grandeur of some other appealing places which are Benuban Bihar, Gedu Mian Mosque, Rabindra Kanan, Purbasha, Portuguese Church, Fourteen Goddess Temple, Malanch Niwas, Handicrafts Designing Centre, etc.
Ujjayanta Palace: It is a two storied manor constructed by the then Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya during 1899-1901, having an assorted type of structural design with three lofty domes, the middle one being 86í tall. You will be speechless to see the splendid tile floor, bent ceiling of wooden and delightfully crafted doors are predominantly distinguished.
Kunjaban Palace: This Palace is a green mound popular as Kunjaban (meaning a bower) for its picturesque prettiness stands to the north of Ujjayanta palace at a remoteness of approximately 1 Km. The then Maharaja Birendra Kishore Manikya decided to select this striking place for constructing a built-up palace for retreat and built a palace in year 1917 which was further recognized as 'Pushbanta Palace'.
Malancha Niwas: Malancha Niwas is positioned next-door to the eminent Kunjaban palace located on a hillock was in the beginning a kaccha house where Tagore continued to live throughout his visit in year 1919. The pucca construction was done afterwards and was acknowledged as Malancha Niwas.
Unakoti: It is a Shaiba Pilgrimage located at the distance of 178kms from Agartala, and belongs to 7th to 9th centuries. Unakoti signifies one less than a crore and it is also whispered that these lots of rock slice carvings are available here.
Pilak: It is a Treasure house of Buddhist Sculpture and Hindu located 100kms away from the capita Agartala and date back to 8th and 9th centuries.
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