Ujjayanta Palace

Open Time : 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Entry : free

Address : Ujjayanta Palace, Palace Compound, Indranagar, Agartala, Tripura, India

Why to visit Ujjayanta Palace

A prominent royal residence that occupies a square kilometre of land is known as Ujjayanta Palace. Designed after Greek sculpture, it was constructed in 1901 for 10 lakh rupees by Maharaja RadhakishoreIan Manikaya. Rabindranath Tagore gave Ujjayanta Palace its name.

The palace is surrounded by huge lughole-style gardens that are embellished with ponds, fountains, tiled floors, curving oak ceilings, and handcrafted doors. The three-story palace features a hybrid architectural style with three tall domes, the tallest of which is 86 feet in the centre.

Numerous Hindu temples honouring Lakshmi Narayan, Uma-Maheshwari, Kali, and Jagannath can be found inside the palace. Public halls like the Throne chamber, the Durbar hall, the Library, and the Reception hall are located in the main block.

Two sizable tanks are located on either side of the well-designed gardens, and the fountains are arranged in the same patterns as the Mughal gardens. The palace's beauty is enhanced at night by floodlights.

Tickets are available at the on-site ticket desk.

FAQ on Ujjayanta Palace

How long should I spend exploring the Palace?

The palace may be explored in around 30 minutes.

What time does Palace open and close?

Except on Mondays, palace is open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm every day.

How much does it cost to enter the Palace?

The palace has an entrance fees of 20 INR for Indians and for foreigners it is 150-200 INR per person.

Special Tip

History enthusiasts should visit the place. Don't forget to bring your camera so you can document the palace's intricate designs and exquisite interiors. No luggage of any kind are permitted inside the palace grounds. They must be kept at the gate. There are lockers available as well if you have valuables.

By Atharva Yeshwardhan

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