Ramp has been provided at the entrance for the elderly and differently-abled persons.

There is a common belief that the name of the State has originated from "Tripura Sundari" - the presiding deity of the land which is known as one of the “51 Pithas” of Hindus. People of different communities and different places visit this temple to perform worship and prayers.

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The southern side of the garden has been made open for the public and has been named as ‘Rabindra Kanan’.

The Bungalow adjacent to Kunjaban palace situated on a hillock was originally a ‘kaccha’ house where Tagore stayed during his visit in 1919.

The Buddhist Complex here may be assigned a date between 9 and 10 century A. It may be presumed that these extensive plains of Tripura were under the control of several dynasties who ruled in Eastern Bengal and Samatat in ancient period.

Some of them were Buddhists and the others were Hindu's.

An assortment of artifacts in various forms are scattered around the park, including heritage benches, pottery, woodcraft, stone.

Chief Minister Manik Sarkar on November 30, 2012 inaugurated Heritage Park, the first ever initiative of its kind in Tripura and the Northeast Region.

The marvelous rock carvings, murals with their primitive beauty, waterfalls are not to be missed.

Unakoti means one less than a crore and it is said that these many rock cut carvings are available here.

This palace was the mute witness to many of the great poet's creations including a number of popular songs.

This palace is the official residence of the Governor of Tripura now.

This temple, situating in Udaipur in Gomati district, was built in 1501 A. During Diwali Mela this place turns into a confluence of people.