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Welcome to Gomati (Udaipur),

Gomati district is a district in Indian state of Tripura. Udaipur is the headquarters of this district. There are many ruined buildings, palaces, temples, lakes, scattered all arround the city. Earlier it was known as Rangamati and Radha Kishorepur. Most of Famous temples of Tripura is constructed at Udaipur. It is famous for the Tripura Sundari Temple. There is a big lake beside the temple known as Kalyan Sagar. Bhubaneshwari Temple is another famous temple here. Udaipur is also known as "lake city" and has many beautiful lakes.

Famous Places in Gomati (Udaipur)

Amarpur is a town in Gomati district. Amarpur has established a number of places of interest that are worth visiting. The town is beautifully nestled on the banks of Amarsagar, the 16th century artificial lake. It stands on the ruins of a palace. There lies an ancient temple on the southern bank built in the honour of eight headed goddess, Mangalchandi. A fair is organized in the temple area in the month of February. The town is home to another lake of historical significance namely Fatiksagar.

Bhuvaneswari Temple

The temple is situated on the northern bank of Gumati. The temple was built in between 1667 to 1676 A.D., during the reign of Maharaja Govinda Manikya. The temple is constructed on a 3 feet high paved terrace. The roof features the typical four-chaala pattern with stupa like crowns on the vestibule and core chambers. The stupa on core chamber is embellished with floral designs. The historical significance of this temple is that it is the back-drop of the famous novel "Rajarshi" and the drama "Bisarjan" composed by Rabindranath Tagore.


Debtamura is approximately 35 KM away from Udaipur, it is situated in Amarpur Sub-Division. Debtamura means God's peak and it is a fall range between Udaipur and Amarpur Sub-Division running along the Gumti river. The place is famous for images of Lord Shiv, Goddess Durga and other Goddesses. These beautiful images are carved with a lot of dexterity on the rocky faces of Debtamura which is steep as 90 degrees. The hill ranges are covered with thick jungles and one can reach this abode of gods only after trekking through these jungles.

Dumboor Lake

Dumboor Lake is situated amidst picturesque hills covered with natural vegetation. It covers an area of 41 sq km of water surface and possesses nearly 48 islands. Dumboor Lake is surrounded by weeds and sand. The area grows into lush greenery through the winter and monsoon season. With its enriched ecology this place often attracts the migratory birds that fly over this region. Along with migratory birds the place has a rich water reservoir which has wide collection of fishes breeding in the natural environment of the lake.

Gomti River

The Gomti River starts off from the east of Pilibhit town at a height of 200 meters. The river is also known by the names as Gumti or Gomati. The Gomti River is a tributary of the Ganges River. The river drains the area between river Ramganga and Sharda. After flowing southwards through the districts of Lucknow, Barabhanki, Sultanpur, Faizabad and Jaunpur, it joins with the River Ganga.

Gunabati Group of Temples

On the way from Mahadeb Bari to Badara Mokam , one would find three temples on the left side of the road. Commonly known as Gunabati Mandir Gucchha (Gunabati Group of Temples) , the origin of the temples and the identity of their founders are still shrouded in obscurity. Stone-inscription of only one temple throws some light on its history. It reveals that it was built in the name of Her Highness Maharani Gunabati (Wife of Maharaja Govinda Manikya), in 1668 A.D. The two other temples also bear contemporary look but their actual history is still to be unveiled. Architecture of these temples resembles other contemporary temples of Tripura except that the topmost parts are without Stupa. Core- Chambers are marked by the presence of pitcher-headed female forms as buttresses. The temple in the middle has a semi-circular core chamber and its vestibule which was large with Stupa like crown , is now almost completely damaged. The crown over the Stupa in the vestibule is beautifully crafted like lotus.


Neermahal literally means 'Water Palace'. The palace is a fairytale mansion in the middle of the Rudrasagar Lake. From a distance, to me it looked as if the palace was floating on the water. Neermahal was built by Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya in 1930 as a summer capital. He drew inspiration from the Mughal architecture. Neermahal is noted for its resemblance to the enchanting Jagniwas Palace in Pichola Lake of Udaipur in Rajasthan. The architecture and the dome-shaped minars lent Neermahal a fort-like look.

Shiv Bari Temple

The temple is situated at Udaipur town. According to the Pithamala, it is the abode of "Tripuresh Bhairav". The phallic symbol of Shiva inside the temple is still being worshipped. The temple was constructed by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya. The door of the temple faces the west. Though the Tripureswari temple was first to come up, both were contemporary. The temple was repaired in 1651 A.D. by Maharaja Kalyan Manikya. The present temple was renovated by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya.

Tepania Eco Park

Tepania Eco Park is fast becoming a favourite tourist destination in Tripura. It is located 5 kms from Udaipur, on the Udaipur-Agartala road. Established in 1995, inside Radhakishorepur Reserve Forest, the park has been upgraded over the years and it now covers an area of 155 hectares. The park also has an Orchidarium which housed up to 225 species of orchids.

Tin Mandir

This temple is situated by the east bank of Jagannath Dighi. Detailed information about the temple is not available, though it seems the temple had stone-inscriptions. Perhaps it was built some time in the last quarter of the 17th century.


It is situated about 62 Km. away from the district head quarter. The place is famous for its serene beauty and tranquillity. Two rivers Raima and Sarma which originate in the present Dhalai district merge here and the famous GUMTI river originates from this Dumbur reservoir at Theerthamukh. The Dumbur Reservoir is also famous for attracting a large number of birds from different parts of the world. Every year, on the day of Pous Sankranti, the famous Thirthamukh Mela is organised where a large number of people from all over the state and neighbouring states visit. A large number of devotees visit the mela and take dip in the holy water of river Gumti and also do "Pind dan" rituals for the peace of souls of their forefathers. It has got special significance among the tribals.

Tripura Sundri Temple

Tripura Sundri temple or Mata Tripurs Sundri (Maa Kali) temple is located at 3km towards south from Udaipur town. This temple is considered one of the 51 Shaktipithas and was constructed by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya in 1501 on a Hill rock. Thousands of devotees, pilgrims and tourist visits here on the occasion of Diwali every year. This temple is known as Matabari is also attended daily by thousands of devotees. In the back side of the temple there is a big lake called Kalyan sagar.

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