Nestled in the southern fringes of Tripura, about 50 km from Agartala, the quaint city of Udaipur is known for its temples. Just like its namesake city in the desert state of Rajasthan, Udaipur is home to many lakes, including the beautiful Mahadev Dighi, Dhani Sagar, Amar Sagar etc. The landscape of the city is cut by the Gomati river. The most popular attraction is the Tripura Sundari Temple, dedicated to the presiding deity of the city, Goddess Tripura Sundari. Built in 1501, it is one of the shaktipeeths (devotional shrines where the severed parts of Goddess Shakti fell). After paying homage at the temple, tourists can visit the serene Kalyan Sagar, a large lake that lies adjacent to the temple. The Bhuvaneshwari Temple devoted to Goddess Bhuvaneshwari and a public library called Nazrul Granthagar are also popular points.

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