Limited number of paid accommodation is available in NIT Agartala Guest House and will be granted on "First Come First Serve" basis.
For Booking Please Contact--
International Guest House
National Institute of Technology Agartala
Tripura (West), India
Contact no: +91 9436506949
Contact Person's name: Mr. Sanjoy Ghosh
For Details Information about the rate of Room rent/ Accomodation charges please click on the PDF File.
Free accommodation provided for the Students (with ID Proof) only as fast come fast serve basis in the Boys & Girls hostel respectively, of the Institution.
For details Please contact with the following Persons:
1.Dr. Uttam Kumar Bera
Associate Professor, Associate Dean (s/w)
Department of Mathematics
Contac No - +91-9436767279/ +91-8250950197(M)
2.Mr. Akash Singh (Boys Hostel)
Department of Mathematics
Contac No - +91-8974465999(M)
3.Miss. Deepshikha Sarma (Girls Hostel)
Department of Mathematics
Contac No - +91-9101372073(M)
Attendees will have a variety of transportation options to get out and about to see the city of Agartala. It all starts when you arrive.
The Institute is 4 km from National Highway (NH-44) and about 25 km away from the capital city.
Nearest Rail station: Agartala railway station (AGTL), distance from Agartala city 5.5 km.
Airlines: Airlines connecting Agartala to Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, Pune, Bengaluru and Mumbai directly are available.
From Airport to NITA: Taxi, Tata Sumo/ Max and Bus services are available.
From Tripureswari Temple to Neermahal Palace, Jampui Hill, the Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary and beyond, Agartala attractions beckon for far closer scrutiny. The state faces winters from October to February, which is the best time to visit Agartala.
Below is a list of some suggested things to do in Agartala,
Tripura State Museum (Ujjayanta Palace): The Tripura Government Museum or the Tripura State Museum, Ujjayanta Palace, Agartala in the Indian state of Tripura is housed in the Ujjayanta Palace, former Royal Palace of the Tripura (during princely state era).
The exhibits in the museum are of archaeological antiquities, historical Indian sculptures, paintings and tribal culture. The museum has 1406 collections on display which include 79 stone sculptures, 141 terracotta plaques, 774 coins of gold, silver and copper, 10 copper plate inscriptions, 9 stone inscriptions, 39 images of bronze, 102 textile items, 58 Oil paintings, 63 sketches and drawings, and 197 ornaments.
Neermahal Palace: Neermahal (meaning "Water Palace") is a former Royal Palace built by King Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur of the erstwhile Kingdom of Tripura, India in the middle of the lake Rudrasagar. The construction started in 1930 and was completed by 1938. It is situated in Melaghar, 53 kilometers away from Agartala, the capital of Tripura. The architecture of the palace assimilates Hindu and Muslim architectural styles.
The palace is the largest of its kind in India and the only one in Eastern India. There are only two water palace in India another one is the Jal Mahal in Rajasthan.It is most attractive tourist spot in Tripura
Jampui Hill: Jampui Hills is a hill range located in the North Tripura district of Tripura. The average altitude of the hill range is approximately 1000 meters above sea level.
Orange Festival - Orange plantation started in Jampui hill during the early 60s. It began as a fruit plantation for self-consumption. Later on, when markets opened the people realized the economic potential of oranges. New gardens were created and within a few years, almost all families started an orange plantation for commercial purpose in their lands. In course of time income from orange plantations drastically changed the economic conditions and standards of living of the people of Jampui. During summer May-June,it is the most Launted place of the tourist in Tripura.
Tripureswari Temple: Tripureswari is a goddess and one of the ten Mahavidyas. She is best known as the Devi extolled in the Lalita Sahasranama and as the subject of the Lalitopakhyana (story of the goddess Lalita) in Hinduism.
The temple is erected on a mount about 500 years ago.Near is a huge lake called Kalyan Sagar.Maharaja Dhanya Manikya constructed the temple.Everyday thousands of devoteey comes here to offer prayer and sacriefice.It is a reversed place for Hindus.
Sepahijala: Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Tripura, India of some 18.53 square kilometers (7.15 sq mi), about 25 kilometers (16 mi) from the city center, located in Bishalgarh.
It is a woodland with an artificial lake and natural botanical and zoological gardens. It is famous for its clouded leopard enclosures. The sanctuary contains a variety of birds, primates, and other animals. The terrain is green throughout the year and the weather is temperate except for the two humid summer months of March and April. It gives shelter to about 150 species of birds and the unique bespectacled monkey, Phayre's langur. The primate section consists of four species (rhesus macaque, pig-tailed macaque, capped langur and spectacled langur). The crab-eating mongoose (last sighted in the 1930s) has been resuscitated. The sanctuary has been developed both as a wildlife sanctuary and as an academic and research center. It is the most popular picnic spot and tourist place of interest.
Unakoti: Unakoti hill, literally meaning one less a koti in Bengali, hosts an ancient Shaivite place of worship with huge rock reliefs celebrating Shiva. It is the prime tourist spot of Unakoti District Tripura in the Kailashahar Subdivision in the North-eastern Indian state of Tripura. It is Shiva pilgrimage and dates back to 7th – 9th centuries if not earlier.
Unakoti is a historic Shaiva pilgrimage spot and dates back to 7th – 9th centuries if not earlier. While the marvellous rock carvings, murals with their primitive beauty form the chief attraction, natural beauty including mountain scenery and waterfalls are an added bonus. As per Hindu theological traditions, when Lord Shiva was going to Kashi along with one crore gods and goddesses including him, he made a night halt at this location. He asked all the gods and goddesses to wake up before sun rise and proceed for Kashi. It is said that in the morning, except Shiva himself, no one else could get up so set out for Kashi himself cursing the others to become stone images. As a result, we have one less than a crore stone images and carvings at Unakoti. These carvings are located at a beautifully landscaped forest area with green vegetation all around which add to the beauty of the carvings.
Dumboor Lake: Dumboor Lake is a charming water body in Gandacherra Sub-Division about 70 km from Ambassa. The lake looks like a tabour-shaped small drum, "Dumboor" of Lord Shiva from which the name "Dumboor" originates. A massive and breathtaking water body of 41 km2 with a spell of luxuriant green vegetation all around stands majestically for its charming beauty and 48 islands in the lake. The lake is the confluence of the rivers Raima and Sarma. Migratory birds are visible in the winter, and it has rich reservoir of natural and cultured fishes. One of the islands, "Narkel Kunja" or a coconut island, has been developed.