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Unakoti, Agartala

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Hidden in the northern part of Tripura, around 30 kms from Dharmanagar & 7-8 kms from Kailashar is a splendid attraction of art & rock sculpture.Has sculptures of Hindu god Shiva & Parvati.A good visi...  more »
  • Unakoti, which means one less than a crore, is near Dharmanagar town of Tripura. It showcases bas relief sculptures that depict various Hindu Gods and Goddesses. One can view some carvings from the vi...  more »
  • If you are interested in history, mythology,sculpture, creativity,artistic skill,nature- then Unakoti is a must in your Tripura visit. It will take 3 hours by train to reach Kumarghat from Agartala Rl...  more »
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  • Unakoti is a place in the North East of India where carvings of Gods and Goddesses lie abandoned on a hill. In numbers these statues are one less than a crore and are in the form of rock cut structures. Nobody knows how and when these carvings were made. With mythological reasoning behind the existence of the statues, Unakoti is a discovery in itself. The episode delves into the possibilities of history that Unakoti has to offer.
  • Awesome. . Wonderful rock carving, spring flowing through, hillsight, best place to visit for tourists in Tripura. But, poorly maintained. .. :(
  • Ancient rock carvings of Hindu gods in serene natural setting, a must see place!
  • Ancient site of religious importance. Marvelous work of art on the stones.
  • I wonder why this isn't the eighth wonder of the worldπŸ€”πŸ€”.... Its so so astounding, beautiful and such a precise expression of art, feelings and dharma... #thingstorememberforever.... #memoriesintripura.... #naturelove... #fortunateme ... 😍😍😍