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What is the famous thing of Agartala?
The Jagannath temple is a famous religious site located in Agartala in Tripura. Built by the Maharaja of Tripura of the Manikya Dynasty in the 19th century, the Jagannath temple is situated in the Ujjayanta Palace grounds and is dedicated to the Hindu Gods- Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra.
How many places are in Agartala?
There is only one city in this state with a Municipal Corporation – Agartala and thirteen towns with Municipal Council as per latest data….List of cities and towns in Tripura.
Who shifted capital from Old Agartala to Agartala?
Maharaja Krishna Manikya
In the year 1760 A.D.Maharaja Krishna Manikya shifted the state capital from Udaipur to Old Agartala . Old Agartala is also called Puran Haveli. Udaipur was the capital of Tripura for 1170 years.
What is special in Nagaland?
One of the coolest thing about Nagaland is the fact that it is also home to the hottest chilli peppers in the world. Much (in)famous as ghost pepper, ghost chilli and red naga, it is deemed to be a shocking 400 times hotter than Tabasco sauce!
Which place is known as Old Agartala?
Old Agartala is located in district West Tripura, Tripura, INDIA.
What are the famous fruits of Agartala?
Agartala is famous for its seasonal fruits. The Queen and Kew varieties of pineapple are popular. Tripura Orange is well known for its high juice content and special sweetness. Tripura oranges have secured highest honour several times in the all India “Citrus Show”.
What is Agartala Conspiracy Case in Pakistan?
Agartala Conspiracy Case. The Agartala Conspiracy Case was a sedition case in Pakistan during the Ayub Regime against Awami League, brought by the government of Pakistan in 1968 against Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the then leader of the Awami League and East Pakistan, and 34 other persons.
Which Nobel laureate of India visited Agartala?
The Nobel laureate Indian (Bengali) poet Rabindranath Tagore or Robindronath Thakur visited the city multiple times and built a house that still exists. The historical book Rajmala contains incidents and historical stories of Agartala.
What is the official language of Agartala?
Bengali, the official state language, is the dominant language in Agartala spoken by 363,363 people, while English is also a popular language in the state; Kokborok is spoken by 16,200 people in the city. According to the 2011 census, 94.09\% of the population is Hindu, 4.37\% Muslim, 0.99\% Christian, and 0.28\% Buddhist.