TRIPURA : A VISITOR’S DELIGHT
|State’s name |
|: Tripura; |
: 50- 3080 ft above sea level;
: 2100 mm (Average);
: 2855 mm (experienced by the Kamalpur residents);
: 1811 mm (experienced by the Sonamura residents);
: 10 – 30 degree Celsius;
: Usai, Halam, Chakma and Reang among others;
: Garia dance (organized for prosperity);
: Natural scenes like lakes and waterfalls;
: Magnificent gardens, palaces and temples.
Tripura is one of the seven north-eastern states of India. This state located in the south-western tip of North East India shares its international border with Bangladesh on the north-west, east and south-west. Geographically, Tripura is linked with India only through the southern part of Assam and the northwestern side with Mizoram – two other north-eastern states of India. Tripura has a lot to offer to the tourists. Tripura became a part of the Indian union in 1948. The state of Tripura has geographical variations. There are plains and hills. The majority of the population lives in the plain areas. Tripura is a virtual cultural cauldron. Typical of the communities of North East part of India, dance and music are integral parts of the region’s cultural firmament. The tribal culture of Tripura is a feast for the eyes. The Restricted Area Permit (RAP) system was lifted in 1995.