Coming to any part of India, how can anyone leave without appreciating the temples enough? There are thousands of temples in every corner of the world and each of them has some sort of significance or uniqueness and Udaipur is known for some of them for sure. It is also known as the Lake City since it is situated at the banks of River Gomati. It is just 55 km from Agartala and thus very easily connectable.
Udaipur which was formerly known as Ranghamati is one of the biggest cities in the state of Tripura. The city used to be the capital city of the state earlier at the times of Maharajas. The city is quite popular and is known as a lake city because of numerous lakes in the city. It is also known for the Tripura Sundari Temple which is also called Tripureswari temple. There are many other temples in the city and the place is both a cultural, religious and reviving tourist destination for tourists. A lot of people visit the city in order to capture the views and devote their time to the temples of the city.
The Tripura Sundari Temple is one of the most amazing places to visit around Udaipur. The spiritual vibe which this place carries is simply amazing in all its immensity.
This lake is also known as the Mahadeb Dighi. Around 750 metres in length, this lake is a fine example of the combination of man-made and nature’s beauty. This lake also serves people for different purposes such as washing clothes, bathing, fishing as well as dumping waste.
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This ecological park was built in the year of 1995. And the tree house of this place is equally adored by children and adults alike. Visiting this park is definitely a lovely way to spend quality time with loved ones.
You can visit Nazrul Granthaghar which is the national library of the Udaipur. It has been named after the revered Bengali poet by the name of Kazi Nazrul Islam. This place is ideal for those who love to read.
Experience the sheer brilliance of Neermahal. It was built in the year of 1938. This place constructed by the Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore. The architecture of this place is out and out brilliant in all its immensity.
The boat race is celebrated on an annual basis in Tripura. It is a famous festival which attracts people from the state and all across the world. Read More...
The orange and tourism festival is celebrated at the Jampui Hills which are located in Tripura. It is the only place where cultivation of some of the most beautiful oranges takes place. This is a festival which particularly celebrates the bounty of nature in the form of the gifts which the Mother Earth has given to her children. Read More...
The months from October to May is the best time to visit the city of Udaipur.
There are no direct flights or any trains or buses are available on the route of Udaipur. Hence, the most convenient way to reach from Udaipur to Agartala would be to take Patel Eagle Travel from Udaipur to Ahmedabad. Traveling via train, the cheapest and fastest way to reach Udaipur would be to take the Udz Shm Exp from Udaipur to Kolkata. For traveling via road, the overall connectivity is quite good thus it would be a convenient experience for you to travel via road.
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