Capital City Of The State- Agartala
gartala is the capital of Tripura It is second largest city in North East India after Guwahati, both in municipal area and population. The city is governed by the Municipal Corporation. Agartala lies on the bank of Hawra river and is located 2 km from Bangladesh. As per 2011 census, Population of Agartala city is 399,688 .
It has a literacy of 93.88 according to 2011 census . Up to 1760 the capital of Tripura was Rangamati or Udaipur. The capital of Tripura was shifted to Old Agartala in the year 1760 by Maharaj Krishna Chandra manikya. The capital of Tripura was shifted to present Agartal in the year 1849 AD.
The main attractions in Agartala are Ujjayanta Palace, State Museum, Tribal Museum, Sukanta Academy, M.B.B. College, Laxminarayan Temple, Uma Maheswar Temple, Jagannath Temple, Benuban Bihar, Gedu Mian Mosque, Malancha Niwas, Rabindra Kanan, Purbasha, Handicrafts Designing Centre, Fourteen Goddess Temple, Portuguese Church, Agartala High Court, Tripura Legislative Assembly House, New Secretariat Building, Big Baazar etc.The main neighbourhoods of the city include- Banamalipur, Dhaleswar, Pratapgar, Math Chowmuhani, Kashari Patti , Ker Chowhamani, Kaman Chowhmuni, Krishnanagar, Radha Nagar, Shibnagar ,Ramnagar, Joynagar, Abhoynagar, Arundhutinagar, Gol Bazar, Gurkha Basti, Kunjaban, College Tilla, MBB Club, Indranagar, Bholagiri , Bhati Abhoynagar , 79 Tilla, New Capital Complex, GB Bazar, Amtali, Badhar Ghat, Collegetila , Jagaharimura, Lake Chowmuni , Ganaraj ,Chowmuni , Durjoynagar , Bardowali , Bottala, Melarmath , Khayerpur, Chandrapur etc