An expertly organised, great-value tour with
a huge variety of subjects and sights. A fabulous, colourful trip
through the real India
Palace, standing in the heart of the
city, is a famous royal house,
covering an area of one sq. km..
Styled in Greek sculpture, Ujjayanta
Palace was built by Maharaja RadhakishoreIan
Manikaya in 1901 at a cost of 10
lakh of rupees. The palace is set
with the huge lughole style gardens,
adorned by pools and fountains, the
superbly tiled floors, curved wooden
ceiling and exquisitely crafted doors.
The three storeyed mansion has a
mixed architecture with three high
domes(the centre one being 86' high).
Its well laid out gardens have two
large tanks on either side and the
fountains are laid out in the patterns
of the Mughal gardens. The palace
is floodlit at night.
Government Museum in Tripura
The Tripura Government Museum in Agartala,
Tripura was established in the year
1970. The museum contains some of the
rare stone images, old coins, archaeological
articles from Tripura. The museum also
houses some very exquisite items of
stone and other archeological items
excavated from the adjoining areas,
Bengal Kantha embroidery, sculptures
and the 8th-10th century Buddhist sculptures
from Pilak. This is the most ideal
place to see and know about the culture
and tradition of Tripura's past and
present. You will also find numerous
work of art and architecture, giving
you an insight into the ancient Tripura.
located in the north eastern state of
Tripura in India is the
water palace, built in 1930 by Maharaja
Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya as summer
resort is located at a distance of
about 53 km from Agartala. Neernahal
is one of the best amalgamation of
Hindu and Muslim architecture and
Neermahal is located
in the center of a lake covering an
area of 5.3 sq.
km. This spectacular monument still
reflects the splendour of its past
glory and leaves one spellbound.
The well laid gardens and flood lights
add colour to the beauty of the Neermahal
in Tripura. The palace is encircled by
the Rudrasagar Lake, which is visited
by a large number of migratory birds
in the winter season.