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Jampui Hills is a part of the Mizo hills (Lushai Hills) range located in the North Tripura district in the north eastern part of the Indian state of T...
North Tripura Tripura
Hill Station Village
Akhaura is 5 kms from Agartala and is the international border between the India and Bangladesh. This border has the facility of both passenger and fr...
Unakoti, 178 kms from Agartala is a 'Shaiba' (Saivite) pilgrimage site dating back to 7th - 9th centuries located in the Kailashahar subdivision in th...
The city of friendly inhabitants attracts vacationers here. Royal Ujjayanta Palace turned museum is surrounded by pretty lakes and environs. The Wildl...
Agartala, capital city of Tripura is the second largest city in the north eastern region on the basis of the municipal area and population. It is loca...
Located around 178 km from Agartala, Unakoti's 'Lost Hill of Faces' is a centuries-old Shaivite pilgrimage spot, which is dissimilar to any other plac...
Nestled in the southern fringes of Tripura, about 50 km from Agartala, the quaint city of Udaipur is known for its temples. Just like its namesake cit...
Nestled amidst lush green paddy fields, Pilak in South Tripura's Belonia sub-division, is a popular tourist stopover. It is noted for its archaeologic...
Boxanagar lies about 40 km from the city of Agartala in the north-western part of Sonamura sub division on the edge of the border with Bangladesh. For...
Inaugurated in 2013, the Agartala - Akhaura check post is the second-largest Indian trading centre with Bangladesh. It divides the countries of India ...