The city of Agartala Eastern India
Agartala, the capital of Tripura, is well connected by air with
Puran Rajbari, as the name implies, is the site of an old palace. Now in ruins, it was once the seat of Maharaja Govinda Manikya. Erected some three hundred years ago, it sits in lonely splendor on a hilltop, three km from the old capital,
The rare sight of colossal figures carved into rocks awaits you at Unakuti Tirtha. To reach this wonder, you have to journey 180 km out of Agartala and then go a further 10 km from Kailashahar. The carvings date back to the early Buddhist and Hindu periods and among the numerous figures are those of Shiva –Kalbhairab, Hanuman, Ram, Lakshman and Ganapati.
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