Khowai is a town situated in the Indian territory of Tripura and an ongoing nagar panchayat shaping into a Khowai Municipal Council in recently framed Khowai region. The city lies on the banks of Khowai River and thus from the waterway the city gets its name. Situated close to the Bangladeshi fringe, Khowai has limits with Bangladesh on its whole southern part. As of the 2001 India statistics, Khowai had a populace of 17,621. Guys established 51% of the populace and females 49%. Khowai has a normal education rate of 86%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%: male proficiency is 88%, and female proficiency is 85%.
In Khowai, 9% of the populace is under 6 years old. There are two territory division offices in the subdivision of Khowai – Khowai and Padmabil. There is prevalence of both the Bengali and Kokborok dialects in Khowai. The principle celebrations of the town are Durga Puja, Kharchi, Garia Pooja, and Tiring Tripuri New Year. The sub-division has just turned into a region named "Khowai". All the region administrative offices will begin working in the locale town Khowai. Two sub-divisions, Khowai and Teliamura, make up the new locale, with an aggregate territory of 1378.28 km2. Khowai Airport which serves Khowai, is as of now non-operational.