Tripura Known for its ancient rock-cut sculptures and stone idols, Unakoti is a significant pilgrimage site.

Tripura, a northeastern state of India, is a land of unspoiled natural beauty, ancient temples, and colorful cultural traditions. The state is home to a rich and diverse range of flora and fauna, including several rare and endangered species, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers.

One of the most famous tourist attractions in Tripura is the Ujjayanta Palace in Agartala, a magnificent palace built in the 19th century by Maharaja Radhakishore Manikya. The palace is now a museum and houses a range of artifacts and exhibits. Providing visitors with a glimpse into the state’s rich history and culture.

Here are some popular tourist destinations in Tripura.

  1. Agartala : The capital city of Tripura and a major tourist hub. Explore the Ujjayanta Palace, which serves as the state museum, and visit the nearby Jagannath Temple. Don’t miss the Neermahal Palace, a stunning lake palace located in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake.
  2. Unakoti : Known for its ancient rock-cut sculptures and stone idols, Unakoti is a significant pilgrimage site. It features an enormous rock-cut Shiva head and is believed to have 1 crore (10 million) rock carvings.
  3. Jampui Hills : A picturesque hill station in Tripura, offering panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and breathtaking sunrises. The area is known for its pleasant climate, orange orchards, and beautiful landscapes.
  4. Neermahal : Located in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake, Neermahal is a magnificent water palace. It was built in a blend of Hindu and Mughal architectural styles and is a popular tourist attraction in Tripura.
  5. Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary : A wildlife sanctuary known for its rich biodiversity. Explore the sanctuary to spot various animals, including primates, deer, and birds. Enjoy a boat ride in the lake within the sanctuary and visit the butterfly park.


Odisha, formerly known as Orissa, is a state located in the eastern part of India. Odisha is bordered by the Bay of Bengal to the east, West Bengal to the northeast, Jharkhand to the north, Chhattisgarh to the west, and Andhra Pradesh to the south. Odisha has a rich cultural heritage, with significant historical and archaeological sites such as the ancient city of Puri, the Sun Temple at Konark, and the Jagannath Temple in Puri being major attractions.

Konark Sun Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a masterpiece of ancient Indian architecture. Kunark Temple is built in 13th century and is dedicated to the Surya Dev (Sun God) and is famous for its intricate carvings and sculptures.

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