• Formation: Tripura became a full-fledged state of India on January 21, 1972.
  • Capital: Agartala
  • Chief Minister: Manik Saha ( 2024 )
  • Governor: N. Indrasena Reddy ( 2024)
  • Area: Tripura covers an area of approximately 10,491 square kilometers.
  • Population: With over 4 million people, it is one of the smaller states in terms of population.
  • Density: Around 403 persons per square kilometer.
  • Official Language: Bengali and Kokborok.
  • State Animal: Phayre’s Langur.
  • State Bird: Green Imperial Pigeon.
  • State Flower: Mesua nagassarium (Agarwood).
  • State Tree: Agar (Aquilaria malaccensis).
  • Agartala: The largest city and capital of Tripura, known for its rich cultural heritage.
  • Ujjayanta Palace: Formerly the royal palace of the Tripura kings, now houses the Tripura State Museum.
  • Neermahal: A beautiful palace situated in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake, blending Hindu and Islamic architectural styles.
  • Unakoti: An ancient pilgrimage site with rock-cut carvings and sculptures dating back to the 7th century.
  • Jampui Hills: Known for its pleasant climate and the Orange Festival, showcasing the region’s orange orchards.
  • Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary: Home to diverse flora and fauna, including spectacled monkeys and migratory birds.
  • Kharchi Puja: A major tribal festival celebrated in Agartala, honoring the fourteen deities of the Chaturdasha Devata.
  • Deotamura: Famous for its rock carvings, also known as the Devtamura Hills or the Peaks of the Gods.
  • Kamalasagar: A historic artificial lake and temple, built during the reign of King Dhanya Manikya.
  • Raima Valley: A picturesque valley surrounded by lush greenery and the flowing Raima River.
  • Tribal Culture: Tripura is home to various indigenous tribes, including the Tripuris, Reangs, Jamatias, and Chakmas.
  • Dumboor Lake: A large water reservoir formed by the rivers Raima and Sarma, known for its scenic beauty.
  • Kailashahar: A town in northern Tripura, known for its historic significance and natural beauty.
  • Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary: An important protected area for the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity.
  • Goria Puja: A tribal festival celebrated by the Tripuri community, dedicated to the deity Goria.
  • Chittangong Hill Tracts: The hilly region in southeastern Bangladesh bordering Tripura, known for its cultural diversity.
  • Tepania Eco Park: A nature park near Agartala, offering eco-friendly activities and recreational facilities.
  • Kalapania Nature Park: Located near Jampui Hills, known for its diverse flora and fauna.
  • Rudra Sagar Lake: A large lake near Ujjayanta Palace, known for its boating facilities and scenic surroundings.
  • Baramura Eco Park: A biodiversity hotspot with diverse plant and animal species.
  • Tripura Sundari Temple: A revered Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Tripura Sundari, located in Udaipur.
  • Naturin Wildlife Sanctuary: A sanctuary in South Tripura, known for its bamboo forests and wildlife.
  • Jagannath Bari Temple: A popular temple in Agartala dedicated to Lord Jagannath.
  • Rose Valley Amusement Park: A family-friendly amusement park in Agartala.
  • Bamboo and Cane Handicrafts: Tripura is known for its traditional bamboo and cane craft, including furniture and artifacts.
  • Kumarghat: A town in northern Tripura, known for its historical and archaeological significance.
  • Rabindra Kanan: A park in Agartala dedicated to the Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore.
  • Khowai: A town on the banks of the Khowai River, known for its natural beauty and archaeological sites.
  • Udaipur: Known for its lakes and temples, including the Tripura Sundari Temple.
  • Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC): An autonomous district council that administers tribal areas in the state.
  • Charilam: A scenic village in West Tripura known for its natural beauty and peaceful surroundings.
  • Tripura University: A central university located in Suryamaninagar, offering a range of academic programs.
  • Traditional Attire: Tripuri women often wear the ‘Risa,’ a traditional attire with vibrant colors and intricate designs.
  • Border Trade: Tripura shares an international border with Bangladesh, facilitating border trade and cultural exchanges.
  • Tripura State Electricity Corporation Limited (TSECL): Manages the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity in the state.
  • Dance Forms: Tripura has traditional dance forms like Hojagiri, Lebang Boomani, and Mamita, reflecting the rich cultural heritage.
  • Matabari Temple: A sacred Hindu temple in Udaipur dedicated to the mother goddess Tripura Sundari.
  • Tripura Legislative Assembly: The legislative body of the state, responsible for making laws and policies for Tripura.
  • Dharmanagar: A town in northern Tripura, known for its cultural heritage and historical sites.
  1. Orange Cultivation: Jampui Hills in Tripura is famous for its orange orchards, contributing to the state’s agricultural diversity.
  2. Ujjayanta Palace Gardens: The palace complex includes well-maintained gardens, offering a tranquil space for visitors.
  3. Kailashahar: a. Home to ancient temples like Bhubaneswari Temple and Gunabati Group of Temples. b. Known for its vibrant local markets and traditional handicrafts.
  4. Chabimura: An archaeological site on the banks of the Gomati River, featuring rock carvings dating back to the 15th century.
  5. Tepania Eco Park: a. Offers eco-friendly cottages for a closer experience with nature. b. Features walking trails amidst lush greenery.
  6. Rose Valley Park: a. Known for its diverse floral displays. b. Offers recreational activities for families and tourists.
  7. Unakoti Festival: Celebrated annually at Unakoti Hills, showcasing the cultural diversity and traditional arts of Tripura.
  8. Baramura Eco Park: a. Ideal for nature enthusiasts and bird watchers. b. Features a canopy walk for a unique forest experience.
  9. Bhuvaneswari Temple: Located in Udaipur, dedicated to Goddess Bhuvaneswari, attracting devotees and tourists.
  10. Jolaibari: A town with historical significance, known for its ancient temples and tribal culture.
  11. Bison National Park: Formerly known as Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary, it is a habitat for bison, elephants, and various bird species.
  12. Matabari Temple Fair: Held annually near Udaipur, it attracts pilgrims and tourists, showcasing the vibrant local culture.
  13. Lakhi Narayan Bari: A palace located in Agartala, serving as a cultural and heritage center.
  14. Tripura Bamboo and Cane Development Institute (TBCDI): Works towards the development and promotion of bamboo and cane crafts.
  15. Matabari: Known for the Matabari Temple and the popular Mela (fair) held during festivals.
  16. Kamala Sagar: An ancient lake with historical significance, surrounded by temples and lush greenery.
  17. Tepania Tea Estate: Offers a picturesque setting for tea enthusiasts, showcasing the tea cultivation heritage of the region.
  18. Traditional Festivals: Tripura celebrates various traditional festivals, including Ashokastami, Kharchi Puja, and Garia Puja.
  19. Heritage Park, Agartala: Showcases the rich cultural and historical heritage of Tripura through sculptures and exhibits.

Handloom and Handicrafts: Tripura is known for its handwoven textiles, bamboo crafts, and traditional pottery.

Sipahijala Wildlife Sanctuary:

a. Known for its wildlife rescue and rehabilitation efforts.

b. Features a zoo with a variety of animal species.

Chhambulal’s Wildlife & Nature Photography: A photography initiative capturing the diverse flora and fauna of Tripura.

National Institute of Technology (NIT), Agartala: A premier technical institute contributing to education and research.

Eco-Tourism Initiatives: Tripura has been promoting eco-friendly tourism, emphasizing the conservation of natural resources.

Tribal Markets: Local markets in tribal areas offer traditional handicrafts, tribal jewelry, and indigenous products.

Handicraft Villages: Villages like Bishalgarh are known for their skilled artisans crafting traditional items.

Palatana Thermal Power Project: A major power project contributing to the state’s energy requirements.

Sepahijala Zoo and Zoological Park:

a. Home to various wildlife species, including spectacled monkeys and clouded leopards.

b. Features a boating facility and a botanical garden.

Gomati District:

a. Known for its scenic landscapes and ancient temples.

b. Features the Gomati River and the Gomati Dam.

Educational Institutions: Besides NIT Agartala, Tripura has institutions like Tripura University and Maharaja Bir Bikram College.

Tribal Dance Forms: Hojagiri, Lebang Boomani, and Mamita are traditional dance forms reflecting the cultural diversity.

Cultural Exchange with Bangladesh: Due to its proximity, Tripura shares cultural ties with neighboring Bangladesh.

Kunjaban Palace: A former royal residence now serving as the official residence of the Governor of Tripura.

Matabari Pilgrimage Circuit: Encompasses various sacred sites, including Matabari Temple and Tripura Sundari Temple.

Rudrasagar Lake Festival: An annual event celebrating the cultural and historical significance of Rudrasagar Lake.

Tripura State Cooperative Bank (TSCB): Plays a crucial role in the economic development of the state.

Handloom Clusters: Villages like Nalchar are known for handloom weaving, producing traditional attire.

Tripura Institute of Technology (TIT): Offers technical education and contributes to skill development.

Forest Reserves: Tripura’s forested areas are vital for biodiversity conservation, contributing to ecological balance.