Ancient land of Tripura is bounded on the North, West, South and
Southeast by the international boundary of Bangladesh. In the East
it has a common boundary with Assam and Mizoram. This tiny state
has an area of about 10,500 sq.kms and is India's third smallest
state, after Goa and Sikkim.
Tripura is mainly a hilly territory with altitudes varying from
50 to 3080 ft above sea level, though the major population of the
state lives in the plains. It has a moderate temperature and highly
Tripura, quite off the beaten track, is a storehouse of tribal crafts
and culture as well as music and dancing. In the centre of this
patch of intense greenery is the capital, Agartala, where gracious
buildings were once the palaces of Tripuras royal family.
Rich in flora & fauna, the legendary state of Tripura is a fascinating
world in itself.