Tripura is amongst the charming destinations in North East India which is encircled with high-end hills. The former princely state is home to both Hindu and tribal population and stands apart in terms of ethnic culture. In perspective to traveling, it offers the more and more scenic beauty and tourist destinations, which makes a worthy watch. Tripura tourism places are highly remarkable for some pilgrimage destinations, fairs and festivals, which offers the best kind of tour circuit to the travelers. Some must-visit one are brief out, below:
Tripura Sundari Temple
Tripura Sundari Temple is devoted to Tripura Sundari, an manifestation of Goddess Sati. This temple is one of the religious center in the north eastern state of Tripura tourism places. Visitors while visiting Tripura tourism places requires no date, season or consent and each new day in a year is the best time to visit. Myth says that, toe of the right feet of Goddess Sati fall at the place and till date, it is regarded as one of the 51 pithasthanans. The temple was built by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya in 1501 A.D and was renovated repeatedly by a number of Kings.
An interesting fact about the temple is that, two identical images of the same god is placed inside the complex. The one that measures about 2feet in height is known as Chhotima, while the other image is of 5 feet and is popularly known as Tripura Sundari. A sacred pond is situated in close proximity of the temple. It is filled with number of fishes and tortoise, which are fed regularly by the devotees. It is said that this aquatic animals, before their dead struggle hard to visit the towering ladder, so as to receive place in the heaven. This might be the reason the temple is also known as ‘Kurma Pitha’.
Every year during the time of Diwali, devotees observe Kali Puja and visit the temple complex. A grand mela is organized which attracts both tribal and non-tribal groups.
Kamalasagar Kali Temple
This temple is located at the top of hillock and overlooks a crystal-clear pool of water, KamalaSagar in Tripura. It is nestled in the Kasba region and is just 27 kms away from the capital Agaratala. The temple was constructed sometime in 17th century and its main deity is the Dasabhuja Durga (Goddess Durga with 10 hands).
Bhuvaneswari Temple is situated on the bank of Gomati river at Udaipur, Bhuvaneswar temple is just 55 kms from Agartala, the capital town of Tripura. It was constructed by Maharaja Govind Manikya during 1660-1675 A.D and is master piece of the state architectural beauty.