Tripura State Information
Districts in Tripura
Tripura state map:
Tripura state capital city is Agartala. The total area of the state is 10,492 Km.Sq. According to recent census the total population of the state was 31,99,203 among them male population is 16,42,225 and female population is 15,56,978. Sex ratio of the state is 961 females per 1000 males and literacy rate is 87.75 %.
Tripura state vehicle registration code is TR.
Chief Minister of the state is Manik Sarkar and Governor is Tathagata Roy.
|Meaning of Tripura||Three cities|
|Time Zone||IST (UTC+05:30)|
|State Formation Day||21-Jan-72|
|People of the state called as||Tripuri, Tripuran|
|Females per 1000 Males||961|
|Literacy Rate||87.75 %|
|State Vehicle Registration Code||TR|
|Languages||Bengali and Kokborok|
|No. of districts||8|
|Chief Minister||Manik Sarkar|
|State Animal||Phayre's Langur|
|State Flower||Nag Kesar|
|State Bird||Green Imperial Pigeon|
Important Festivals of the state:
Ashokastami, Boat Race-Tripura, Diwali, Durga Puja, Garia Puja, Kharchi Puja, Orange and tourism festival, Pous Sankranti Mela are the major festivals celebrated in Tripura state.
Top tourist places in Tripura:
Neermahal Water Palace (Agartala), jampui hill- Near Vanghmun (Agartala), Ujjayanta Palace, Unakoti, Kamala Sagar, The Tripura Government State Museum, Tripurasundari Temple, Sepahijala Nature Reserve, Rose Valley Amusement Park, Durga Bari Temple, Kalapania Nature Park, Rudrasagar Lake, Pilak, Evangelical Free Church Of India, Fourteen Goddess Temple, Jagannath Temple, ISKCON Math Chowmuhani, Buddha Temple, Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary, Tribal Museum, Mariyam Nagar Church, Kunjaban Palace, Kamaleswari temple, Chaturdasa Devata, Umamaheswar Temple, Chittangong Hills, Ravindra Kanan, Domboor Lake, Gondacherra Wild Life Sanctuary, Chowda Devta Temple, Benuban Vihar, Raima Valley, Puratan Agartala, Sukanta Academy, Kalibari Temple, Malancha Niwas, Venuban Vihar, Domboor Lake, Durga Bari Temple are the major tourist attractions of the state.
Rice, Wheat, Maize, Pulses, Sugar Cane, Cotton, Jute, Mesta, Oil seeds, Potato, Turmeric, Coconut, Pineapples, Jackfruits, Mandarin oranges, Mango, Cashewnut are the major crops that are cultivated mostly in the state.
Important Rivers of the state:
Khowai, Dhalai, Manu, Juri, Longai, Gumti, Muhuri, Feni are the major rivers that flow in Tripura.
Muya Awandru, Kosoi Bwtwi, Muya bai Wahan, Gudok, Wahan, Mosdeng serma, Tomato Oambal, Kothalor Chakoi, Panch Phoron Tarkari, Berma, Chauk are few of the many varieties of Tripura.
Manipur, Mizoram are the neighbouring states of Tripura.
Districts in the state and their information is given below.
Banks and their branches:
|Sno.||Bank Name||No. of branches|
|4||Bank Of Baroda||3|
|5||Bank Of India||14|
|6||Bank Of Maharashtra||1|
|7||Bharatiya Mahila Bank Limited||1|
|9||Central Bank Of India||7|
|14||ICICI Bank Limited||9|
|17||Indian Overseas Bank||3|
|19||Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited||1|
|20||Oriental Bank Of Commerce||1|
|21||Punjab And Sind Bank||2|
|22||Punjab National Bank||2|
|23||South Indian Bank||1|
|24||State Bank Of India||63|
|27||Union Bank Of India||8|
|28||United Bank Of India||65|