Tripura

(from the article `Bangladesh`) ...the tribes are related to the peoples of Myanmar. Of the approximately 12 ethnolinguistic groups of the Chittagong Hill Tracts, the four largest ...
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Tripura

Tripura (tri'poorä) , state (2001 provisional pop. 3,191,168), 4,036 sq mi (10,453 sq km), NE India, bordered by Bangladesh on the north, west, and south, and on the east by the states of Assam and Mizoram. The capital is Agartala. Tripura lies in a mountainous region but has lush lowlands ...
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Tripura

Hill state of northeast India since 1972, formerly a princely state, between Bangladesh and Assam; area 10,477 sq km/4,045 sq mi; population (2001 est) 3,191,200. The capital is Agartala. The economy is largely dependent on agriculture: rice is the most widely grown crop, while cash crops include jute, cotton, tea, and sugarcane. In...
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Tripura

[mythology] Tripura (Tamil: Tiripuram, Thai: Triburam) meaning three cities, was constructed by the great Asura architect Mayasura. They were great cities of prosperity, power and dominance over the world, but due to their impious nature, Maya`s cities were destroyed by god Tripurantaka, an aspect of Shiva. The three cities were made of iro...
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