Tripura is located in the northeastern region of India. It is the third-smallest state in the country and the twelfth least populous. The capital and largest city of Tripura is Agartala. Tripura has a rich cultural heritage, with a diverse population comprising of various tribes and communities. The state is known for its traditional music, dance and festivals. Tripura is also known for its beautiful palaces and temples, such as the Ujjayanta Palace, and the Tripureswari Temple.

The state's economy is primarily based on agriculture and forestry, with major crops including rice, maize, and rubber. Tripura is also known for its handicrafts, particularly its bamboo and cane products. Tripura is bordered by the Indian states of Assam to the north and west, Mizoram to the south, and Bangladesh to the east. The state has its own language known as Bengali and Kokborok which is spoken by majority of its population.

Below are some important points to remember about Tripura:

• Tripura is a state of Northeast India.

• The state shares its border with Bangladesh in the north, south, and west and Assam and Mizoram in the east.

• Agartala is the capital city of the state.

• Tripura was established in 21st January, 1972.

• Total area of the state is 10,491.69 square km.

• Total districts in Tripura are 8.

• National Highway 44 connects it with the rest of the country.

• As per 2011 census, total population in the state is 3,671,032.

• The density in the state is 350 per square km.

• Bengali and Kokborok is the official language of Tripura.

• Ujjayant Palace, Chaturdas Devata Temple, Tripura Sundari Temple, Sepahijala Wild Life Sanctuary are the main tourist attraction in the state.

• Gomti is the main river in the state.

• The economy of the state is mainly depends on agriculture.

• 85 % of the total population is Hindu by religion.

State Symbols of Tripura
Category English Term
Animal Phayre's leaf monkey
Bird Green imperial pigeon
Flower Indian rose chestnut
Tree Agarwood
Fruit Queen pineapple
Fish Pabda