North Tripura is one of the eight districts of the state of Tripura, located in the northeastern part of India. The district headquarters is in the town of Dharmanagar, which is also the second-largest city in Tripura after Agartala. The district covers an area of approximately 1400 square kilometers and has a population of around 7 lakh people, as per the 2011 census.
The history of North Tripura dates back to the prehistoric period, with evidence of human habitation found in the archaeological sites of Pilak and Devtamura. The region was ruled by various dynasties like the Tripuri Kingdom, the Mughals, and the British. The last king of Tripura, Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur, merged the kingdom with India in 1949, and North Tripura became a district of the newly formed state of Tripura.
North Tripura is located in the northern part of Tripura and shares borders with the Indian state of Assam and the country of Bangladesh. The district is primarily hilly and covered with dense forests. The highest peak in the district is the Atharamura Hill, which is part of the Atharamura Range. The major rivers in the district are the Deo and the Juri, which flow from the east to the west.
North Tripura has a rich cultural heritage, with a mix of indigenous tribal and non-tribal cultures. The Tripuri people are the largest ethnic group in the district, and they follow their unique customs, traditions, and festivals. The district is also home to various other ethnic groups like the Reangs, Jamatia, Noatia, and Chakma. The main language spoken in the district is Kokborok, which is also the official language of the state of Tripura.
The economy of North Tripura is primarily agrarian, with agriculture being the main occupation of the people. The major crops grown in the district are rice, jute, and sugarcane. The district also has a significant forest cover, and timber is one of the major forest products. Besides, there are small-scale industries like bamboo handicrafts, cane and bamboo furniture, and handloom and handicrafts.
North Tripura is known for its natural beauty and has a significant potential for tourism development. The district has many natural attractions like the Unakoti Hill, which is famous for its rock-cut sculptures and carvings. The Dumboor Lake is another major attraction, which is a natural lake surrounded by lush green hills. The Jampui Hill is another must-visit attraction, which is the highest peak in Tripura and offers a panoramic view of the surrounding valleys and hills. The district also has many wildlife sanctuaries, like the Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary and the Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary, which are home to various rare and endangered species of animals and birds.
|S.No||Tehsil / Taluk Name||District Name||State Name|
|34||East Huruah||North Tripura||Tripura|
|93||Paschim Hmunpui||North Tripura||Tripura|
|119||Sakhan Serhmun||North Tripura||Tripura|
|128||South Ganganagar||North Tripura||Tripura|
|129||South Huruah||North Tripura||Tripura|
|141||Uttar Dhanicherra||North Tripura||Tripura|
|145||West Rataceherra||North Tripura||Tripura|
|146||West Ratacherra||North Tripura||Tripura|
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