Unakoti literally meaning “One less than crore” in Bengali, is a prime tourism spot of Tripura and an important Shaivism pilgrimage, dating back to 7th-9th century. So in this blog, let’s explore the beautiful rock carvings situated 178km from the capital. This was a trip I took with my dad in July, 2016. Plans to visit this … Continue reading Unakoti – The one less than crore Gods
The Beating Retreat of Wagah border is known to all in the nation and even so to people outside the country for it is famous for its fierce display of emotions and show of strength in the form of parades for the countries rivaling each other for years. But known to not many people, there … Continue reading The Beating Retreat Ceremony of Agartala – Akhaura Border
Boxanagar is a village located 44km from Agartala, Tripura. Originally a plan to build a house over the place by some local, the discovery of a Buddhist Stupa gave a new importance to it and became of site of excavation which went from 2001-2004 . The massive red brick structure holds a great archaelogical importance … Continue reading The Buddhist Stupa of Boxanagar.
Chhobimura or Chabimura (also known as Debtamura) is a hill range on the banks of Gomati river, Tripura, India and famous for its rock carvings on the stone wall of the hills, holding great archaelogical importance, dating back to 15th-16th century marking a revival of Brahmanism in the area. There are 37 rock carvings on … Continue reading Chhobimura – An Escape into Nature.