Tripura

Tripura

Tripura or Twipra, the land of Maharajas, pretty palaces, lakes and temples is reminiscent of the grandeur of Rajasthan. Situated between Bangladesh and Mizoram, this small state is a land of exquisite natural beauty. Tripura is known for its hills, dales and lush valleys. A distinct aspect of the hill formations of Tripura is that they run parallel in a north-south pattern beyond the borders of Bangladesh. Its highest peak is the Betling Shiv (3200 ft) in the Jampui ranges. A rich tourist spot, the Jampui hills are also famous for its orange plantations; and every year it hosts the famous orange festival during December-January. The Eden tourist lodge and several other paying guest accommodations are available in the area. The Boromura hill ranges, which is the source of rivers like Saidra and Sumili that flow into Bangladesh is also known for its natural splendour.

Tripura has had a fabled past; and before joining India in 1949, this land was ruled for centuries by the Hindu royal dynasty of Manikyas. Though considered a part of British India in the days of the Raj – it still enjoyed the status of an independent administrative unit even then. When India became independent, the then Maharani of Tripura, signed an agreement of merger with the union. Tripura and finally gained complete statehood in 1972.

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