Udaipur is the second largest town in Tripura. Located some 55 km from Agartala, it once served as the capital of Tripura when it was a princely state. The travel from Agartala to Udaipur offers a soothing experience as the road traverses through forested areas interspersed with small hamlets in between.
Udaipur is famous for the Tripura Sundari Temple, which isone of the 51 Shakti Peethas in India. Global Connection has been helping tourists from all over the globe to pay a visit to this holy destination. The Temple was built by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya Debbarma in 1501 on the banks of a sprawling lake named Kalyan Sagar.The lake has several ancient turtles that the visitors feed.
Bhubaneshwari Temple is another famous in Udaipur. The Temple is immortalised in two of Rabindranath Tagore's plays – namely Rajarshi and Bisharjan. Udaipur railway station building, commissioned last year, is something to look at as it betrays the facade of a Palace and the dome of Tripura Sundari Temple.
About 25 km from Udaipur is Melaghar town, which is home to Neermahal ~ once the summer Palace of the Kings of Tripura. Standing in the middle of a natural lake, it is now open to visitors.
Mashir Bari (Aunt’s Home) is a Hindu religious attraction at Melaghar. It is famous for Pagli Mashi, an old tribal lady who cannot move and is known for her eccentric gestures. The faithful believe that she can read people’s future and has the power to fulfill the aspirations they long for.Global Connection Siliguri will help you try your luck there.