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Nestled in the northeast part of India, Tripura happens to be the third smallest state of the country stretching its arms over an area of about 10,491 sq km. With its lush green surrounding, steep ravines, lofty mountain ranges along with the serene air to breathe, the state appears to be a paradise for its tourist. This culturally rich city enfolds much flair in its range of fairs and festivals.

It stands as one of the seven states in the North East and is deemed to be derived from “Tripura Sundari”, who was the Supreme Goddess of the state and revered deity of Hindus and one of the fifty one peeths of Hindu Pilgrims. To boot, it is also believed that initially the land was called “Tuipra” which signifies “A land adjoining the water.”

The province of Tripura with its glorious past boasts off archaeological remains, cultural heritage, exquisite sculpture and architecture spread across its landscape and return, richer by a finer aesthetic sense and sensibility.

Tripura is flanked by Bangladesh on its north, south and west and by the Indian states of Assam and Mizoram in its east. This landlocked state is featured with north-south hill ranges along with intertwining gorges and the plains in the western part. The state had been a princely region during the British Rule. The state of Tripura is home to nineteen aboriginal tribal groups.

Tripura travel and tourism is a popular among the Indian and foreign tourists alike and for that the Tripura tour packages are a perfect way of exploring the splendor of the destination in North-eastern India.

General facts about Tripura
Location: North-east India
Area: 10,491 sq km
Language: Bengali and Kokborok
Climate: Cold and moderate
Major Attractions: Tripurasundari Temple, Neermahal, Jampui Hill
Ideal Time to Visit: September to March

Tourist sightseeing in Tripura
There are a series of tourist attractions in the petite state of Tripura bragging its ethnic cultural heritage through its possessions. Some of the possessions that interests people are Agartala City, Ujjayanta Palace, Tripura Government Museum, Sukanta Academy, Purbasa, Nehru Park, Rabindra Kanan, Agartala Govt.Medical College, M.B.B College, Benuban Bihar, Nazrul Kalashetra, Unakoti, Pila, Udaipur, Tripurasundari Temple, Neermahal, Jampui Hill, Bhavaneswari Temple, Sepahijala, Kamalasagar, Deotamur and Dumboor Lake.

Climate of Tripura
The climate of Tripura is quite pleasing. It has moderate temperature all the year around. The summers are cool and pleasant, with again cool and enjoyable winters. The city witnesses, heavy rains in the months of June and lasts till the month of August.

How to Reach Tripura
Tripura by Air: Agartala is the state capital holds an airport plying many flights on a regular basis.
Tripura by Rail: The nearest railway station is Kumarghat at a distance of 140 km from Agartala.
Tripura by Road: the state is connected with NH 44 by its cities like Agartala which links the state to Guwahati via Shillong.

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