Tripura


Capital:
Agartala

Largest city:
Agartala

No. Of districts:
8

Area:
10,491.69 sq.km(4,050.86 sq mi)

Language:
Bengali and Kokborok

Date of establishment:
21st Jan. 1972

Population:
3,671,032

Literacy Rate:
94.65%

Population Density: 
350/sq.km (910/sq mi)

Forest Area:
57.73% of the state

Agriculture: 
Rice, potato, sugarcane, mesta, pulses, and jute are some of the crops grown in the state. Jackfruit and pineapple are among the horticultural products.

Industry:
Brickfields and tea industry

Neighbouring States: 
The state is bordered by Bangladesh to the north, south, and west, and Assam and Mizoram to the east.

Art & Culture:
Goria dance, Jhum dance, lebang dance, mamita dance, and mosak sulmani dance are some of the dance forms of the state.

Tribes:
Bhil, Bhutia, Chaimal, Chakma, Garoo, Halam, Khasia, Kuki, Mag , Munda, Noatia, Orang, Riang, Santal, Tripura

Animal:
Phayre’s Langur (Trachypithecus phayrel)

Bird: 
Green Imperial Pigeon (Dacula genea)