Agartala is the capital city of the Indian state of Tripura and the second-largest city after Guwahati. Being the capital city it becomes the most wanted place for the tourists. And this city is set on the banks of Haora River near the Bangladesh border. This city has a rich diversity of culture and flora and fauna giving the tourist more and more places to visit. As the rich culture attracts monument and temple lovers and flora-fauna attracts nature lovers. Visit these touristy sites in Agartala.
So now giving you the list of most attractive touristy sites in Agartala:
Ujjayanta Palace or Nuyungma in Kokborok language is the palace of Tripura located at the heart of Tripura is now a State Museum that primarily displays the lifestyle, arts, culture, tradition and utility crafts of communities in northeastern India. Tripura is one of the oldest princely states of ancient India. This historical palace was designed by Alexander Martin of the Martin and Burn company. The architecture here is a mixed breed of Mughals, Roman, and British. This place is the eye-catcher to every monument lover because of the great architecture and on this a great flora-fauna acts as a boon to it.
Heritage Park is built by the Government of Tripura near the Raj Bhavan and inaugurated in 2012 by Manik Sarkar then Chief Minister of Tripura. The entrance of the park is itself such a mind-blowing piece of the artistry of tribal and non-tribal section of the mass staying in the state that the tourists set their eyes opened to grab more such or more better than that artistic pieces. The park is divided into three sections- The Mini Tripura, The Natural Forest and The Medicinal Plant Table Top. Precisely speaking this place is the mini Tripura having all the spots in mini form. All glamour, wonder, and nature of Tripura are well decorated on a palate. The most attractive thing the tourist spots is the mini form of Ujjayanta Palace, Unakoti, Neermahal Palace, Chandrapur, etc. In addition to this, the endemic species of Tripura are planted here with the wood carving, earthen potteries, stone statures and much more give this park a unique touch of Tripura.
Rabindra Kanan is a park in the vicinity of the former Raj Bhavan of Tripura and the Malancha Nivas. The park annually holds the birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, after whom the park is named. Rabindra Kanan was a private park of Maharaja Birendra Kishore Manikya of Agartala. According to people residing there, the marigold plants in the park were planted by the Maharaja himself. This park is especially known for its lush greenery and enchanting surroundings. Almost every age group can be seen in this garden from a kid to old age spending their leisure time. The greenery of this park, including the towering trees, flowers, and a trimmed carpet of grass are the spotlights of this park. You can hold on to many nature photographers in this park due to these bright flowers and wonderful environment.
Haveli Museum is a famous museum in Agartala. This place came into the eye of the world in 2012. The visitors come here to see the ancient coins, sculptures, inscriptions and many more ancient things discovered during excavations. All these ancient discoveries narrate the earliest human history in the region of Agartala and its adjoining areas. The museum has various paintings throwing light on tradition, culture, history, ritualistic practices, etc. The different galleries in the museum complex display varied culture of Tripura.