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About the North Tripura district

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Brief About North Tripura District
The North Tripura District has a geographical area of  2,469.90 Sq. Km and is divided into three sub-divisions, namely, Dharmanagar, Kanchanpur and Kailashahar. For the purpose of developmental activities it is divided into eight Blocks namely Kumarghat, Panisagar, Pecharthal, Kadamtala, Damcherra, Dasda, Gournagar and Jampui Hill. There are three Nagar Panchayats at  Dharmanagar, Kailashahar and Kumarghat.Main tribes of the District are Tripuri, Koloi,Halam, Chakma.Two Hill ranges, namely Jampui, Sakan run almost parallal to each other in the District. "Betling Chip", the highest point of the state(939m. ht.), is located in the District in the Jampui range. Deo, Manu, Longai and Juri are the main rivers. Rock carvings and temples dating back to the 8th century are seen at "UNOKUTI" (about one less then one crore of God and Goddesses) situated at about 10 Km from the District Head quater.

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