West Tripura District Map


District Map of West Tripura

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The district of West Tripura lies at a longitude of 91 degrees 09' east to 91 degrees 47' east and at a latitude of 23 degrees 16' to 24 degrees 14' north. Bordered by North Tripura in the east, by South Tripura in the south and Bangladesh in the north, the district of West Tripura covers a total area of 3544 square Kilometers.
The capital of the state of Tripura, Agartala, is also the district headquarter of West Tripura. For administrative purposes, the district of West Tripura are divided into four sub divisions, Sonamura, Sadar, Bishalgarh, Khowai. These sub divisions are further divided into 16 separate blocks, they are:

  • Khowai
  • Padmabhil
  • Mohanpur
  • Kathalia
  • Hezamara
  • Jirania
  • Tulashikar
  • Teliamura
  • Jampuijala
  • Melaghar
  • Kalyanpur
  • Mungiakami
  • Mandwi
  • Bishalgarh
  • Boxanagar
  • Dukli


The district of West Tripura is a beholder of spectacular natural beauty and is dotted with cascading rivers and picturesque mountains. The most prominent physical features of the district of West Tripura include:
  • River Howrah: Rising from the Baramura range this river in West Tripura has a number of tributaries including, Dhobatilachhara, Bangeswargang, Dowaigang, Ghoramara, Charupanadi and Debda.

  • River Burigang: Even this river originates from the Baramura range and flows west into Bangladesh. The colossal alluvial deposit of this river creates a number of river valleys which are extremely fertile.

  • River Gomati: Formed by the confluence of two rivulets, the Raimas and Sarma, the Gomati river is the principal river of West Tripura.

  • The Atharamura Range: This range starts from the district of South Tripura and enters ther West Tripura district through the Khowai Sub-division. The Niungnanwra is the highest peak in the region.

  • Baramura Deotomura Range: The Saisum Sib is the highest peak of this range and the Baramura Deotomura Range covers a distance of 47 kilometers in the district of West Tripura.
There are a number of interesting tourist location in West Tripura, these include:
  • MalanchaNiwas
  • Neermahal
  • Sepahijala
  • Venuban Vihar
  • Jagannath Temple
  • Old Agartala
  • State Museum
  • Agartala
  • Ujjayanta Palace
  • Kunjaban Palace
  • Kamalasagar





Last Updated on : August 4, 2014





     


     

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