Dhalai is one of the eight districts of the northeastern state of Tripura in India. It is situated in the southern part of Tripura and covers an area of approximately 2,825 square kilometers. The district is surrounded by Bangladesh on its southern and western sides, while the North Tripura and West Tripura districts border it to the north and west, respectively.
Dhalai is a hilly region, with the terrain ranging from undulating hills to steep slopes. The district is situated at an altitude of around 100 meters above sea level. The terrain is mostly covered with dense forests, which are the primary source of timber and other forest products. The major rivers flowing through the district are the Khowai, Dhalai, and Manu rivers, which provide water for irrigation and drinking purposes.
According to the 2011 Census of India, the population of Dhalai district was 377,988, with a population density of 134 persons per square kilometer. The district has a literacy rate of 89.91%, which is higher than the state average of 87.22%. The major communities living in the district are Bengali, Tripuri, Chakma, Mog, and Reang.
The economy of Dhalai district is primarily based on agriculture and forestry. Rice, maize, jute, and sugarcane are the major crops grown in the district. The district is also known for its bamboo products, which are in high demand in the local and international markets. In addition to agriculture, the district has significant potential for tourism, which can be a major source of income for the local people. The district is home to a number of natural attractions, including waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries, and scenic viewpoints.
Dhalai district is home to diverse cultures and traditions. The major festivals celebrated in the district are Durga Puja, Diwali, Holi, and Christmas. The district is also famous for its music and dance forms, including the famous Hojagiri dance. The traditional attire of the people of Dhalai is colorful and unique, with women wearing a chador or a shawl and men wearing a dhoti and a gamosa.
Dhalai district is a tourist destination in Tripura, with many natural and cultural attractions. The major tourist attractions in the district are:
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