Agartala Tourism & Travel Guide

One can take road from Shillong to Agartala as well....

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Sonia Gandhi | taxi back to hotel room | April 24: 4:30 PM bus to Agartala | NETWORK Travels | delayed | 6:30 PM Night bus through bad roads | April 25: Morning | Agartala New Mayur Hotel | 500 INR | won't allow non Bangla speaking guests | shady street at night | dirty room with cockroaches | The hill queen | Gorge and bridges | Naked trees | The Bangla migration | Mud houses and steel roofs | the rising and falling roads | and an insane bus driver | into India's own little Bangladesh | Ujyanta Palace | meet the 'dude'; the nephew of a lady (Mrs....

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Rudrasagar Lake, Agartala
Built in the middle of Rudrasagar lake and has owned the Mughal style used to build it. The place was some tyrant's summer resort but is big enough to fit three fourth of the entire state. The lake reflects the well light palace and stars in the sky lit up, might just be the most picturesque moment of your trip.
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Palace Compound, Agartala
Experience nobility at The Ujjayanta Palace.Ujjayanta Palace, located in Agartala, is the crown jewel of Tripura’s heritage. Home to the royal family, it has a museum steeped in Tripuri history that is adorned with gorgeous artefacts from various ages.
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About Agartala

The capital of Tripura doesn't serve much more than an en-route destination for those travelling to Bangladesh. But even in those few hours, one can explore small wonders that go with every traveller's 'Indiana instinct'. On that note, Unakoti's rock-cut relief sculptures remain a popular site to visit along with the Heritage Park and the majestic marble-made Ujjayanta Palace, now the the Government Museum. Both provide interesting insights into the royal and historical heritage and cultural background of the state of Tripura. Nature lovers can wander into the rich biodiversity of the Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary, kingdom of the Clouded Leopard and home to a variety of birds, primates and other animals. It also houses various jungle resorts for those who want to rest, stay or eat. Some more interesting sights such as Dumboor Lake and the floating Neer Mahal (palace) atop lake Rudrasagar are pleasant to visit too. The sleepy city usually comes alive during Durga Puja (October) and the Saraswati Puja, both celebrated with grandeur and religious ecstasy, reflecting the significant and vibrant influence of Bengalis on Tripura. Restaurants such as Shankar Restaurant, Restaurant Kurry Klub and The Manikya Court are well known for vegetarian, non-vegetarian and local Tripuri dishes.

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