South Tripura District Map

District Map of South Tripura

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District Map of South Tripura Sipahijala. Gomati Dhalai BANGLADESH
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The district of South Tripura is situated at a longitude of 91 degrees 18 minutes and 91 degrees 59 minutes East and at a latitude of 22 degrees 56 minutes and 23 degrees 45 minutes North. Covering a total geographical area of 2624 square Kilometers, South Tripura is bordered by the Dalai district, West Tripura and Bangladesh. Once the seat of the Rajahs of Tripura, today Udaipur is the district headquarter of South Tripura. Known as the city of lakes, Udaipur is an asset of the district of South Tripura.

The climate of the district of South Tripura can be characterized by hot and humid summer months and dry and cool winters. Rainfall in the area is brought by the South West Monsoons which begins in the month of May and rainfall is maximum between the months of July and October. The autumn and spring seasons in the district of South Tripura are very pleasant but they last only for a very short duration.

Like most other parts of Tripura, the district of South Tripura is also dotted with a number of rivers and mountain ranges. There are three main hill ranges that dominate the physical features of South Tripura, the Deotamura hill range and the South Baramura range begins and ends within the South Tripura district while only a part of the Atharamura hill range lies in the district. There are a number of voluminous rivers that criss cross the district of South Tripura the most important among them are, Feni, Muhuri and Gumti.

Besides its natural scenic beauty there are a number of interesting destinations in South Tripura district which attract a number of tourists to the region, these include:
  • Debatamura
  • Pillak
  • Tirthamukh
  • Deer Park and Patichari
  • Tripura Sundari Temple
  • Bhuvaneswari Temple
  • Trishna Wild Life Sanctuary
  • Shiv Bari and Tin Mandir

Last Updated on : August 4, 2014



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