Tripura is the second smallest state in India. The place traces it past even in the age of the Mahabharata. The popular belief is that the name originates from “Tripura Sundari” – the presiding deity of the land.Tripura was formerly ruled by Maharajas of Manikya dynasty. With the Independence in 1947, the kingdom merged with India and in 1972 got the statehood.
Dhalai is a beautiful district, mostly covered by forest areas and hills. The dense jungles add to the scenic beauty of the district compelling tourists visiting Tripura to spend a few days here too.
North Tripura are regulated from Kailasahar which is the district headquarter. In order to make the administrative procedure easier, the district of North Tripura has been divided into three broad sub- divisions, Kailashahar, Dharmanagar, Kanchanpur.
The district of South Tripura is also dotted with a number of rivers and mountain ranges. There are three main hill ranges that dominate the physical features of South Tripura, the Deotamura hill range and the South Baramura range begins and ends within the South Tripura district while only a part of the Atharamura hill range lies in the district.
WestÂ Tripura is located in the state of Tripura and is a wonderful district. The municipality and the district headquarters are situated at Agartala. A scenic town blessed with breath taking natural beauty,Â AgartalaÂ isÂ the capital city of Tripura state and lies beautifully shrouded at the eastern frontiers of the mighty Himalayas.