Kamalpur is one of the most beautiful Indian destinations unique to its diversity in culture language, religion, culture, cuisine, water bodies and climate. Tripura, one of the seven sisters in North East India, promotes cleanliness and peace. The independent state was ruled by the Tripuri royal family and later in 1949, the Bengali and different tribal communities, included in the free India, contributed immensely to the cultural ethnicity and lifestyle of the residents. Kamalpur is located in the eastern part of the state in Dhalai district. The district headquarter of Dhaai is Ambasa.
The Raima Valley is naturally beautiful and has a panoramic view of the Salneo. It has got the status of mother of Tripura tribe. The Raima River, flowing through this valley, puts four moons in the beauty of the entire region. A variety of vegetation is found in this valley if you are looking for a quiet place, it is also a great picnic spot. So, you should come to this valley. It puts four moons in the beauty of the entire region. A variety of forest practices are found in this valley.
Looking for a quiet place in Kamalpur, you should come to Raima Valley. It is also a spectacular picnic spot. The Rova Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over an area of about 86 hectares of land. It is found in lush green berwan and flora and fauna. It is seen here by more than 120 species of wild animals and exotic animals. In addition, the sanctuary also has a glut of exotic wild plants, vegetable shrubs, old trees. Kamalpur is two hours away from heritage Park. It is the only recreational park in the city and that is why there is a huge crowd. With carved pavements, fruit-flowering gardens and medicinal plants, the park is spread over an area of 12 acres of land.
The park includes the history, heritage, traditions and culture of tribal and non-tribal Tripura. The Kamleeshwari temple is the centre of the city and it is a temple of Hindu goddess Kali. And the second name of Mother Kali is Kamaleshwari. This spiritual holy place has been included in the sightseeing. There are also many priests and ttrik who usually perform many rituals to meet the desires of the devotees. There are crowds of tourists and devotees from all over the world at all times.
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