Kamala Sagar Lake
Kamala Sagar Lake is located about 27 km away from Agartala. It is a beautiful vast lake on the edge of the India- Bangladesh border. It was excavated by Maharaja Dhanya Manikyain in the 15th century. On the bank of the lake, there is a 156th century built temple of Goddess Kali. The temple is a famous pilgrimage centre in Tripura. It holds a mela during the Navratri festival which is much enjoyed by the tourists.
The inner structure of the temple contains stand stone statue of goddess kali. There is a presence of Shivalinga at its feet and that is why the temple is also known as Kalibari. It holds a very good sacred and religious values.
Kamala Sagar Lake is one of the excellent picnic spots in Tripura with scenic beauty.
The accommodation provided at Comilla view Tourist Lodge at Kamala Sagar is much comfortable. The rich heritage of Tripura vividly reflects in its temples like Kamala Sagar kali. The temple is built in the typical Tripura style of architecture.
Nearby Airport - Agartala Airport. Railhead – Kumarghat Railway Station. Roadways – Taxi services.
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