Neermahal, meaning the water palace, floats in the middle of the Rudrasagar Lake. It is a picturesque spot that invites many for its beauty. The palace has been built in marble and sandstone and reflects both Hindu and Muslim styles of architecture. One of the largest palaces of its kind in the country, it is said that it took around nine years to build it. The palace hosts a three-day festival in the month of August every year. A boat race is held during the festival that invites visitors in droves. Moreover, cultural programmes and plays are also held at the festival, along with a swimming competition.

The palace was the summer residence of the Maharaja of Tripura,  Bir Bikram Kishore Debbarma Manikya (1908-1947). It lies about 53 km from Agartala. 

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