Tripura Districts Map


Tripura District Map

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Tripura is located in the North East of India and is the third smallest state in the country. With Agartala as its capital, more than half of Tripura is under forest cover, providing an important source of livelihood to many tribals in the area. Bamboo and cane forests are the important forests in the area.
Tripura has a population of 3,671,032 and the state covers an area of 10,491.69 km sq.

Districts and Administration in Tripura: Tripura has been divided into 8 districts, 23 sub divisions and 45 development blocks. Each district is governed by a District Magistrate or a Deputy Commissioner from the Indian Administrative Service, who is responsible for the smooth running of the district. A Superintendent of Police, an officer from the Indian Police Service is responsible for the law and order functioning of the district.

Tourism in Tripura: A former princely state, Tripura has a lot to offer tourists, right from natural beauty to religious and archeological tourism. Here are a few places of interest in Tripura, Tripura Government Museum, Nehru Park, Nazrul Kalashetra, Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary, Jampui Hilla, Tripura Sundari Temple, Laxmi Narayan Mandir, Bhuvaneshwari Temple and Boxnagar among others.

List of Districts in Tripura

S No.DistrictHeadquartersPopulation (Census 2011)Sex Ratio (per 1000)Average Literacy
1DhalaiAmbassa378,23094485.72%
2GomatiUdaipur   
3KhowaiKhowai   
4North TripuraKailashahar693,94796787.5%
5SipahijalaBishramganj   
6South TripuraUdaipur876,00195784.66%
7UnakotiKailashahar   
8West TripuraAgartala1,725,73996288.69%



Last Updated on : September 18, 2015

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