Tripura, India

Udaipur is a small yet famous town that is located in south of the north-eastern Indian state of Tripura. This town is also the headquarters of the district of South Tripura. Udaipur only shares its name with the more popular destination in Rajasthan but very different from that desert city. It is the second largest city in Tripura after Agartala. The River Gomati flowing across this city and makes the land fertile as well as suitable for agriculture. Udaipur is located 55 KM away from the state capital- Agartala and can easily be accessed on state transport buses and private vehicles. In the early times, Udaipur in Tripura was known as Radha Kishorepur and Rangamati. Udaipur is renowned for having a large number of temples; in fact, many of the famous temples of Tripura are built at Udaipur. Tripura Sundri temple and Bhubaneswari temple are the two most famous temples in here. So, plan an Udaipur vacation now and book any of the Udaipur holiday packages available at EaseMyTrip.in to have a cherishable vacation in this beautiful city!

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Climate

Summer
Mid-March - end June
Temperature:24°C- 40°C

Monsoons
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm

Winter
Late November To Mid-February
Temperature:18°C-26°C

Best Places to Visit in Tripura

Tripura Sundri Temple:
Tripura Sundri temple or Mata Tripur Sundri (Maa Kali) temple is located at a distance of 3 KM going towards south from Udaipur town. This temple is regarded as one of the 51 Shaktipeeths and was constructed by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya in 1501 on a Hill rock. The temple is also known as Matabari. On the back side of the temple, there is a big lake called 'Kalyan Sagar'.

Bhubaneshwari Temple:
The Bhubeneshwari temple is an ancient holy place dedicated to Goddess Bhubaneshwari, visited by people from all of the sects. Near to this temple is the Gunabati group of temples - Mahadev temple, the Durga temple and other several famous temples are located here.

Sepahijala- The Wildlife Sanctuary:
This wildlife sanctuary is located at a distance of around 25 KM from Agartala, spanning over an area of around 18.53 sq km. It houses around 150 species of birds and the unique spectacled monkey. Inside the sanctuary, there is a forest dak Bunglow called Abasarika offers accommodation. It also houses botanical garden, lake, a zoo and boating facilities.

Other Tourist Attractions:
Nazrul Granthagar, Kalyan Sagar and Jagannath Mandir are some of the other famous tourist attractions of Udaipur, Tripura.

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