Interesting Facts About Tripura
If you are the one who love to learn about different mix of cultures and religious beliefs, then don’t forget to add Tripura in your Travel Bucket list.
Lets quickly dive into some interesting facts about Tripura
⦁ A LAND OF HERITAGE
The place gets more likes when it is filled with traditional practices. Tripura is a land filled with all ancient beliefs and practices in this modern era. While this world unwrapping by its technology, Tripura still rules the hearts of million who is an avid natural lover.
⦁ FREE EDUCATION IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY
Can you imagine a place located in the developing country like India providing free education to children? Yes, Tripura government provides a free education to the children between 6 to 14 years. This act is much appreciable and it acts as a inspiration for other states in India.
⦁ A LAND OF CULTIVATION
Farming is one the least spoken topic and so it was tagged as lowest profession. In this world of technology, Tripura still allocates the 91% of the land for cultivation. Major yield of Tripura is always Rice. It is also famous for its wood work and hand crafted bamboo products. If you love to decorate your interiors with Wood work, then do make a visit Tripura once in your life time
⦁ REMARKABLE FACT OF TRIPURA
What word will strike your mind if you hear a word “Chief Minister”? A richest one in the town with lot of security guards and two bungalows. Do you hear about Manik Sarkar? He ruled Tripura almost 20 years still he is one of the poorest chief ministers of India.
⦁ ARE YOU THE ONE WHO LOVES TO EXPLORE RARE COLLECTIONS?
If your answer is yes, than don’t forget to visit “The Ujjayanta Palace”. This is the palace of Tripura royal family and it is taken over by the Government. This palace holds the centuries old used tools of north east Indians. There is a selfie point in this palace you which arouses your photography skills when you make a visit to the palace.
⦁ SINGLE HIGHWAY TO CONNECT THE ENTIRE INDIA
Can you name a state which connected to the rest of the India through a single highway? If your answer is Tripura then you are right. This highway covering the north-south India in 3806 Kms. If you are a travelholic, take a note about this highway and make a plan for long bike ride.
⦁ A WATER PALACE IN TRIPURA
There are only two floating palaces situated in India. Neer mahal is one of the palace which is situated in Tripura. This alone took 9 years to complete the construction of the palace. There is a staircase inside the palace which lead to the lake. Ancient kings used hand- powered boats to reach this palace.
⦁ THE CONTROVERSIAL NAME OF TRIPURA
There so many mysterious things revolve among the historic researchers and architects about the name of Tripura. Some of them believed that in ancient times this place was ruled by a king called Tripur and so the kingdom was named as Tripura. But most of them refuse to accept this myth. Still it is controversial topic.
⦁ A 500 YEAR OLD TEMPLE
Matabri Tempple featuring the god Kali holds the history of 500 years old. Though the roadways to the temple is improper and rubbish, the final destination will give you a piece of mind. The place is fillied with more colors and lights during navarathri festival time.
⦁ TRIPURA BEATS KERALA IN LITERACY RATE
As per the research , times Of India revealed that the literacy rate of Tripura is almost higher than the literacy rate of Tripura. The act of free education makes the children to lead the correct life path as they desired.