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Old Royal Palace

Old Royal Palace is situated on the northern bank of the River Gomati which is in the temple city Udaipur and 52 km from the state capital, Agartala. Maharaja Govinda Manikya of Tripura constructed this palace during the 17th century, which was destroyed by an earth quake. Today this two-storied palace stands without a roof with its ground floor totally buried in the soil.

The remains of the Old Royal Palace lies on a picturesque hillock which is at a height of 8 ft above the ground level. One can find the ancient architecture on its window and wall sides. The main entrance of the Royal House is in the south. Inside the palace there are three big rooms, a corridor and three other smaller rooms. Outside the palace, to the north-eastern side, there is a big pond, once used by the royal families.

C A Agartala Airport is the nearest airport. Udaipur can be reached by road or rail.

Updated on 7th August, 2014
District: South Tripura
Location: Udaipur

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