The northeastern part of the subcontinent, and one of the significant parts of the 7 sisters of India. The capital is the city of , close to the Bangladesh border. The state has a favourable climate for cultivating various fruits and husbandry crops, and also rice, jackfruit, pineapple, potato, sugarcane, chilli, and natural rubber. Rice is the major crop of the state and is cultivated in 91% of the cropped space.
The tribal and non-tribal communities follow different practises according to the indigenous values, ancestral procedures, cordial relations of people amongst themselves forms the backbone of the state’s cultural practises. All this differs in the aspects of Flora and Fauna like, as the land of the state is up to 50% under forest areas. Some notable varieties of trees are sal, hardwood etc. Many migratory birds, like teals, ibises, and storks visit the place and have a home in the region too. Some others also hibernate to the place. The wide range of species of flora and fauna of the state is preserved and looked after by many natural parks, reserves and wildlife sanctuaries. Some of the wildlife sanctuaries of the region are:
Travel & Tourism
Tripura is a beautiful holidaymaker destination with exquisite flora, fauna and spectacular sights that offer a visual delight. The state features several destinations for the cultural heritage outlook. There's potential for development in the sector involving all the North-Eastern states and Bangladesh as well. These provide engaging opportunities for the expansion and development of the hospitality business, and cultural and events sector.
Handloom and Handicraft Industry
The handloom and Handicraft Development Corporations and institutions in the concerned sector are responsible for the development and searching for new ways and techniques. The main area of knowledge required is how to get skilled personnel, their logistic requirement, their execution and how to promote the relevant art being practised. Currently, over 5000 individuals have been employed in the sector.