South Tripura District is one of Tripura States districts, which is located in the northeastern portion of the country of India. It is an administrative district. Udaipur is the administrative headquarters of the district of South Tripura. The distance between the capital city of the State, Agartala and this district is a mere 48 kilometers. The existence of the archaic Matabari Temple makes Udaipur to be a renowned place. A name given to this place is the city of lakes. For a vacationing spot, this district is quite an avid location.
South Tripura History
The very last ruler of the princely state of Tripura was Maharaja Birbikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur. In 1947s month of May, Maharaja Birbikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur passed away. After his death, Kirit Bikram became his successor. But since he was a minor at that time, the responsibility of the governmental activities was taken over by a Council headed by Maharani Kanchan Prabha Devi, who was the kings wife, then a widow. On September 9th, 1947, the sovereignty of this kingdom was brought to an end. The Indian Union included the state of Tripura in it. The Chief Commissioner governed the C State, of which Tripura became a component. On November 1st, 1956, the title of a Union Territory was given to Tripura. On August 15th, 1959, the construction of the territorial council took place. After the suspension of this council, on July, 1963, with a board of ministers, the formation of a Legislative Assembly took place. In 1972, the status of a full district was given to Tripura. One Deputy Commissioner governed the district till August 31st, 1970. North Tripura, South Tripura and West Tripura are the three districts in which the state of Tripura was trisected, on September 1st, 1970. Dhalai, a new district was constructed afterwards. 16th April, 1995 onwards, this recent district started operating.
In 1970, the formation of South Tripura District took place. Udaipur was made the administrative headquarters of the district. The city of lakes is the name given to Udaipur. Until 1760 AD, Tripuras capital city used to be located in Udaipur. The existence of the archaic Matabari Temple makes Udaipur to be a renowned place. In Matabari, at a distance of 3 kilometers from Udaipur, this temple is located. One of the 51 Mahapithasthans that are there in India, this temple at Matabari constitutes one of them. When Lord Vishnus Sudarsan Chakra reduced the body of Mata Sati into numerous parts, the toe of Mata Satis right foot is supposed to come and rest here according to what the myth says.
South Tripura Climate
Usually the weather of the district remains warm. The summer months are symbolized by a humid weather, whereas the winter months remain dry was well as cool. In the months between July and October, the district receives ample rainfall. The South-West monsoon causes the precipitation, beginning in the May month. The months of April and May, usually experiences hailstorms. As a result of this, sometimes the harvest in the field gets spoiled. The length of the autumn and spring period is brief. 2000mm is the standard yearly precipitation of the district. 35.23 degree Celsius is the maximum temperature, while 7.43 degree Celsius is the minimum temperature. The temperature usually fluctuates between this upper and lower limit. During the months of the monsoon, the temperature fluctuates less as compared to those months of other seasons.
South Tripura Cultura
The district of South Tripura is inhabited by scheduled tribe and scheduled caste, which makes up 37.5 % and 17.16 % of the districts population respectively. Tripuri, Jamatia, Reang, Chakma and Halam are the principal tribes of the district. There is a resemblance between the customs and traditions of Bangadeshs tribal and non-tribal communities and the tribal and non-tribal communities of this district. a large portion of the inhabitants speak Bengali language. Kakborak is spoken by the tribal people.
South Tripura Tourism
Tourist places in South Tripura
Tripureswari Temple, Udaipur
Trishna Wild Life Santuary, Belonia
Chandrapur (Dimatali) Mosque, Belonia
Buddha Math at Bankul Mahmuni, Sabroom
Kalapania Natural Park, Sabroom
Dumbur Lake, Amarpur
Noabari Eco Park, Udaipur
Lailakbari Orange Spot, Udaipur
Eco Park Ichachara, Udaipur
Chabi Mura, Amarpur
Lalgiri Lake & Park, Amarpur
Tepania Eco Park, Udaipur
Bhubaneswari Temple, Udaipur
Jagannath Bari, Udaipur
Mahadeb Bari, Udaipur
Maharani Barrage, Udaipur
Pillal Tourism, Santirbazar