The land of Tripureshwari

Tripura is a hilly state in northeast India, bordered on 3 sides by Bangladesh, and home to a diverse mix of tribal cultures and religious groups. In the capital Agartala, the imposing Ujjayanta Palace is set among Mughal gardens, and Gedu Mia’s Mosque has white marble domes and towers. South of the city, Neermahal summer palace sits in the middle of Lake Rudrasagar and blends Hindu and Islamic architectural styles.
Ujjayanta Palace is located in the capital city of Agaratala. The Royal palace was constructed by Maharaja Radha Kishor Manikya in the year 1901. It is having the state museum of Agartala. The palace view is magnificent and worth visit.
Neermahal was constructed in the year 1930 by last king of TripuraMaharaja Birbikram Kishor Manikya. It is built in a lake known as Rudrasagar lake. This was used as summer resort of King. Constructed on the Mughal style of architecture. The beauty of Neermahal is reflected in the lake water is awesome.
Tripureswari temple
Tripureswari temple is dedicated to Goddess Tripura Sundari, locally known as Devi Tripureswari. The temple complex is known as Matabari. A big pond known as Kalyan Sagar is situated in the temple complex which is having aged turtles and fishes, and many aqua species.
Unkoti One of the archeological marvels in Tripura. This site is famous for rock cutting and carvings. The mythical Shiva pilgrimage site dates back to 7th - 9th century. Located near Kailashar which is about 178km from from Agartala is worth visiting to witness the rock cutting & carving.