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State: Tripura
District: West Tripura
Famous for/as: Hill Station
Languages: Bengali, Tripuri, Manipuri, Chakma, Nepali, Hindi, Kokborok
Best Season: Sept - Apr
Weather: Summer 24 to 36°C, Winter 6 to 28°C
Altitude: 12 m
Pincode: 799001
STD code: 0381
Agartala the capital of Tripura is arguably one of the most diversely populated cities of India. Tripura has always been a home to various mixes of tribes and all these tribal amalgamation has led to an influx of people representing their own clan. Agartala, with its verdant forest cover, near perfect green backdrop, great tourist sites and laid back attitude presents a sight of an ideal tourist destination. The rich and varied tribal culture thriving on the high mountains and vast and alluring green valley adds its own charm to the attraction of the state.

Propelled into limelight after Maharaja Krishna Manikya shifted the state capital here in the 19th century, Agartala is not only forests, hills, lakes and wildlife sanctuaries. This city presents life in a totally distinctive way, very unlike the life we in our so called big cities endure. Replete with religious and historical monuments directly involving great personalities like Gurudev Ravindranath Tagore, Agartala presents a new-fangled aspect of tourism to the visitors for exploration. Located at an altitude of 3,600 ft above the sea level is the highest peak of Agartala region, Beltingchhip (32 km from Vanghmun).

Agartala city, though the most developed in the state is still a far distance away from the other metros in the country, thus one can be assured of a pleasant and clean atmosphere, fresh air and unpolluted minds throughout the year. The city is central market for various commercial goods (tea, rice, jute and oilseed) for the surrounding region. A stroll down the market is a must for the ardent shoppers for the sheer variety of handicraft and woolen articles for display and sale. Watch out for the tribal ladies with their special wares roaming the market and clinch a steal you will remember for your life.
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Visit the Unseen at Agartala

  by Madhav Srinivasan  on Feb 02, 2012
Agartala, the capital of Tripura lies along the foothills of the Great Himalayas. It is a beautiful and captivating travel destination where history has left its imprints. However, the charm of this picturesque is still undiscovered by tourists.

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Comments (9) Reviews (3)
agartala sucks.what a place on earth.its no point showing nice pic frm digital cam.if youre actually there you'll see that there is nothing in that place except dirt and bad smell.people can be very bad too. thumb up to stupid agartala!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by stephen 5 year, 7 months ago
stephen must have visited only the congested Banglamarket which is like any other market in india and missed other parts of the state. seepahijala,neermahal,kamalsagar,rosegarden are must see. people are peace loving and definitely not greedy.
Posted by GTLNarayan 2 year, 7 months ago
m agree with u
Posted by amar 4 year, 10 months ago
Plzzzzzzzz post the photos of St. Paul's School.
Posted by kreti 3 year, 2 months ago
agartala is soooooo beautiful. i m from agartala and i know its soooo beautiful. i m from st. paul's school.
Posted by kreti 3 year, 2 months ago
gud one but y dont u put unakoti pics.n tripureshwari pics..n wat abt collge rds/mbb/college tilla
Posted by pushpanjali.banik 4 year, 9 months ago
Sir, plz give me the list of all the members who are working on Doordarshan.
Posted by Piriya 4 year, 11 months ago
Agartala is a quiet place. A small city with forest environment. People are poor, as development is limited. The people are good. There is a Ginger hotel with clean and aesthetically maintained rooms. A good bamboo oriented handicraft exists. Train service has recently started, but very long journeys o go anywhere as all road routes have to go around Bangla Desh. A small airport with convenient flights by Indigo and ...more
Posted by Rajan 5 year, 6 months ago
the site is very much informative It has some imp. info. which is known by very few people of india
Posted by partho nath 5 year, 9 months ago

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