History of Tripura Heritage Park
The Park was inaugurated on 30th of November 2012 by the Chief Minister of the state, Manik Sarkar. The park was the first initiative of this kind in the state of Tripura as well as in north east India.
Natural Beauty of Tripura Heritage Park
Tripura Heritage Park has an enchanting aura with eucalyptus, lychee and acacia plants adorning the backdrop and undulating terrain rendering an exquisite beauty to the place. A great diversity of indigenous trees and plants form the vegetation of Tripura Heritage Park. A variety of medicinal plants are also found here. Flora of the park also forms shelter to numerous species of avian fauna. Around the park are scattered a number of artefacts including wood craft, stone crafts, pottery and heritage benches. The place is immensely appealing and provides a scope to explore the natural beauty as well as the traditions of Tripura.
Attractions of Tripura Heritage Park
Other attractions of the park include walking along the narrow trails, representation of vibrant culture of the state and composite Indian heritage through wall relief work, a massive amphitheatre accommodating about 400 people, a shed which is aesthetically designed having thatched roofing and traditional bamboo hut, a beautiful fossil fountain, rock garden, lush green grass lawn, gardenia lights, several water bodies and majestic water falls.
The construction of Tripura Heritage Park has focused on the use of local material such as bamboo and waste articles of other constructions. Various structures have been created in a perfect sync with the surrounding and each of them lends a heritage touch to the park. For the convenience of aged and differently-abled persons, the entrance of the park has been provided with a ramp.
Tripura Heritage Park is greatly cherished by nature and art lovers and forms an ideal place to beautifully spend the leisure time.
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