4 Notable Architectures to explore in Tripura
Tripura is a state in northeastern India. The third-smallest state in the country, Tripura is one of the most literate states in India .It shares borders with Bangladesh, Mizoram and Assam.
Chabimura is a set of rock cut murals depicting the gods & goddesses from the Hindu mythology on the scape of Tripura’s Devtamura Hills. The artwork and the verdant landscape shimmering in Gomati waters is very mesmerizing. The Chabimura rock cut mural also known as Chobimura.
Neermahal is a former royal palace built by Maharaja of Tripura Kingdom Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Debbarma of the erstwhile Kingdom of Tripura, India in the middle of the lake Rudrasagar in 1930 and was completed by 1938. It is situated in Melaghar, 53 kilometers away from Agartala, the capital of Tripura. The palace is situated in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake and assimilates Hindu architectural style.
Pilak is an archaeological site in the Santirbazar sub-division of South Tripura district of the Indian state of Tripura. Many images and structures, belonging to Buddhist and Hindu sects, have been discovered here since 1927. The antiquities found here are dated to 8th to 12th centuries. Sandstone sculptures of the Pilak site, which represent a heterodox culture of Hinduism and Buddhism of 9th to 13th century, are on display at the Tripura Government Museum.
The Ujjayanta Palace is a museum and the former palace of the Kingdom of Tripura situated in Agartala, which is now the capital of the Indian state of Tripura. The palace was constructed between 1899 and 1901 by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya Debbarma and stands on the banks of two lakes surrounded by gardens inspired by the Mughal style. It was the home of the ruling Manikya dynasty until Tripura's merger into India in October 1949.