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7+ Travel Experiences in Tripura

A hilly state situated in the northeast of India, Tripura is a home to a diverse mix of tribal cultures and religious groups. It is bordered to the north, west, and south by Bangladesh, to the east by the state of Mizoram, and to the northeast by the state of Assam. It is among the smallest of India’s states. It is filled with various indigenous people or tribes which accounts a significant part of the population. The capital of the state is Agartala, near the Bangladesh border in the northwestern part of the state.

Exuding magnificence, Agartala seems to move at an unhurried pace. Enter Agartala, and people greet you with a smile in a state capital that seems more like a laid-back town. Sharing western borders with Bangladesh, Agartala lies on the bank of Haora River.

Interestingly, Agartala is quite different from the other six capitals in a way that it is not largely hilly. The city shares a lot of its language, cuisine, and culture from Bangladesh and lies on the western tip of the mighty Ganga-Brahmaputra plains. With fascinating temples, museums, scenic beauty, majestic palaces, and tranquil lakes, Agartala is truly a traveller’s tiny retreat. Also, from bamboo handicrafts to hand-woven shawls, you find fascinating things to shop from when in the city.