Kamalasagar Kali Temple, was built on a hill-top by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya in the late 15th century. It is situated just deside the Bangladesh border, The lake in front of this temple rightly enhances its beauty.
The large ‘Kamala Sagar’ lake dug by king Dhanya Manikya (1490-1520) and the two wavy blue water lakes in front of the ‘Ujjayanta palace’, abode of Tripura’s erstwhile princely rulers in the heart of capital Agartala will form inevitable itinerary of trourists fond of waterscape. Princely Tripura’s erstwhile capital and present headquarter of south Tripura District, Udaipur is also known as a ‘lake-town’ because of the surfeit of large lakes, dug by different princely rulers, that dot the town. These lakes coupled with the river Gomati that flows by Udaipur will enthuse tourists to have a pleasant outing.
Legend / Local stories
How to Reach:
The nearest airport is at Agartala and it is situated 32.2 km from the Agartala Airport.
The nearest railhead is at Agartala and it is situated 24 km from the Agartala Railway Station.
Buses and small vehicles are available from the Agartala Bus stand to Rastarmatha, Bishalgarh. From Rastarmatha you will get the auto/Rickshaw for the Kashaba Kali Temple.
Kamalasagar, Sipahijala, Tripura 799102
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