Tripura is the third littlest state in India known for its different culture, prehistoric studies, painstaking work, and music. It is home to nineteen indigenous clans and in addition a non-innate Bengali talking populace. Backwoods cover the greater part of the territory, in which bamboo and stick tracts are normal. Tripura has the most noteworthy number of primate species found in any Indian state.
Lovely shake cut carvings and stone pictures at Unakoti, Debtamura and Pilak influence Tripura to emerge among the north eastern states. The majorities of these carvings is gigantic in estimate and are made on vertical dividers. Agartala, the capital of Tripura is the second biggest city of the north east.
The Ujjayanta Palace here is a compositional wonder the state brags about. Do visit the Tripura gallery, if history are archeological antiquities entrance you. Untamed life enthusiasts can travel to the Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary and the Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary.