Geography of Tripura


The geography of Tripura reveals the physical features of the state and the laden topographical characteristics. The state is situated between the geographical coordinates of 22 degrees 56 minutes north and 24 degrees 32 minutes north latitude and 91 degrees and 92 degrees 22 minutes east longitude. It shares its borders with the country of Bangladesh and the states of Assam and Mizoram.

The state of Tripura is marked by distinct geographical features. The south Tripura district has three hill ranges that rises to high altitudes. The Deotamura stretches across 85 kilometers. The two other hill ranges are the South Baramura and a part of Atharamura hill range.

The state is watered by several rivers and their tributaries. The chief river of the region is the Gumti that passes through various districts of the state. The river Muhuri also originates in the hills in Tripura. The river Feni separates the country of Bangladesh from the state of Tripura.

The demographic study of Tripura shows that it is populated by 3199203 people who reside in the four districts of the state. The population density of the region is 305 people per square kilometers. The state has a sex ratio that scores above the national average. The sex ratio of Tripura is 948 females per thousand males.
The region falls under the subtropical and the temperate climatic zones. The region is dominated by the monsoon season.

Last Updated on 03/13/2013


     


     

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