: Tripura, in the north east of India.
Best time to Travel
: Through out the year.
: The Pilgrimage Centre.
The temple of Bhubaneswari also stands on the right bank of the Gomati river at Udaipur. It was built by Maharaja Govinda Manikya, the name immortalised through Tagore's famous works, Visarjan and Rajarshi. It is located near the old Royal palace of Maharaja Goivinda Manikya constructed during 1660-1675 A.D.
Prior to shifting of the capital to Old Agartala by Maharaja Krishna Manikya, Udaipur (Rangamati) continued to be the capital of Tripura. Udaipur is also famous as 'temple town of Tripura'. The architectural beauties of Gunabati group of temples, Mahadev Bari, Ramkrishna Mission etc. have already attracted the attention of the visiting tourists.
In addition to this, there are a good number of magnificent temples like Jagannath, presenting an outstanding example of temple architecture. The place is featured with good number of lakes which attract the visitors. Some of them are Jagannath Dighi, Mahadev Dighi, Sagar, Amar Sagar and Kalyan Sagar etc.
Udaipur is also famous as 'temple town of Tripura'. The architectural beauties of Gunabati group of temples, Mahadev Bari, Ramkrishna Mission etc. have already attracted the attention of the visiting tourists.
Airport : The nearest airport being situated at Agartala, you have to reach Agartala, from where you can fetch a bus or taxi to reach the temple.
Railhead : The nearest rail head is Kumarghat on N. E. Railway. It is 1475 km from Kolkata via Guwahati and 140 km from Agartala. From here you can pick a bus or taxi to reach the temple.
Road Transport : The Temple is situated close to the capital city of Agartala in Tripura, which is well linked to this place by road. NH 44 connects the state with many north eastern states by road. Agartala, the capital of Tripura, is connected by regular bus services with all sub-divisional towns of Tripura. Besides, bus service is also available from Silchar, Guwahati, Karimganj and Shillong.