Без рубрики


Home :: Tripura :: View Map


States of India — Tripura
Tripura tucked away in a corner of northeast hills, surrounded by Bangladesh on three sides. Tripura’s lush green mountains and valleys attracts many different peoples over the centuries. Tripura became part of Indian Union Territory in 1949 Tripura is more like India proper than the other northeast hill states and its connections with Bangladeshi plains are strong. Tripura represents a composite culture with several ethnic groups residing in the state. This tiny state-the smallest in terms of area, among the seven sisters-can lay claim to a variety of attractions in terms of archeological importance, religious significance, folk and tribal culture and ethnic artifacts.  Tripura has a large number of attractive tourist sites including religious sites of Hindu’s and Buddhists.
Tripura at a Glance —
Land area

 10.500 Sq. km

Altitude 1280 m above sea level.
Capital Agartala
Population 5,10,565
Languages Bengali, Kakbarak

Best Time to visit

 September to March
Religion Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam
Temperature Summer Max 35 °C Min 21.7°C
Winter Max 25 °C, Min 10.1°C

How to Reach —
By Air:  Tripura has only one airport at Agartala that connects the place with Guwahati and Calcutta.

By Rail: Tripura has no railheads inside the state. The nearest railheads are at Kumarghat (140 km from Agartala) and Silchar (180 km) in Assam

By Road: The National Highway 44 connects most of the places of Tripura via Shillong. The state transport corporation and private tour operators run regular buses that connect the state with the nearby towns and cities both within and outside the state.


Вам также может понравиться...