Tripura places of worship form a significant element of sightseeing at Tripura. Acknowledged for their carving sculptures and grandeur, the places of worships of this state pulls over lakhs of visitors from all across the globe.
Few of the significant places of pilgrimages at Tripura include :
Bhuvaneswari Temple :
Located on the river bank of Gomati, Bhuvaneswari temple forms one of the significant places of worship in Tripura. Bhuvaneswari Shrine was built at the time of (1660 to 1675) by Raja Govinda Manikya.. This place of worship is popular for its unique style of ancient architecture. The top of the place of worship boasts the 4-chala fashion on the coronet of the central part hall and doorway. The place of worship doles out as the setting of Bisharjan and 'Rajarshi' compiled by the prestigious Nobel Laureate Mr Rabindranath Tagore.
Tripura Sundari Temple :
Tripura Sundari place of worship is one of the fifty one pithas of great significance according to the Hindu Mythology. Located at a distance of fifty five kms away from the main city of Agartala this place forms a major piece of attraction in the state of Tripura.This place was built in the archetypal Bengali-hut fashion. The place of worship houses two indistinguishable idols, who are called as Chhotima and Tripura Sundari. Tripura Sundari place of worship is also called as ('Kurma Pitha'), because the location of the holy place is the same as a tortoise also known as 'kurma'.
Kamalasagar Kali holy place :
Also acknowledged as Kasba Kali Bari, the temple of Kamalasagar Kali is positioned about twenty seven kilometers away from Agartala. The place of worship of Kamalasagar Kali is positioned in Bangladesh boundary and is also one of the popular recreational spots in the state. The picture of the divinity abode at the place of worship corresponds Mahishasurmardini. Located on the small hill preterits Kamala Sagar, a small stream, The Kamalasagar Kali place of worship was built in the late seventeenth century.