This temple is designed in the Bengali style. The dome architecture around the temple reminds the traces of Buddhist culture. King Krishna Manikya Debbarma built this temple and was dedicated to the 14 head pictures of Gods and Goddesses called as called Chaturdasha Devta.
Bhuvaneswari Temple is located on the banks of Gomati at Udaipur in Tripura and is the capital of Agartala which is 55km far from this city. The temple was constructed by Maharaja Govinda Manikya in the year 1660. Udaipur is called town of temples because there are many temples like Gunabati, Mahadev Bari, Ramkrishna Mission etc. attract the tourist in large number.
The Structure of the Bhuvaneswari Temple
Maharaja Govinda Manikya built this temple in the year 1667 – 1676 A.D. The interesting thing about the temple is it is built on top of the terrace of 3 feet. The roof the temple is built in the chaala style with the crowns in the main entry. The importance of this temple is based on the holy books written by Rabindranath Tagore called Rajarshi and Bisharjan.
Sightseeing at the Bhuvaneswari Temple
Jagannath, lakes, Jagannath Dighi, Mahadev Dighi, Sagar, Amar Sagar and Kalyan Sagaran are one of the famous sigthseeing places near Bhuvaneswari Temple.
Airport: Agartala is the nearby airport.
Rail services: The nearest rail services is from Kumarghat on N. E. Railway.
Road Transport: It is located near to the capital city and has many bus services from Silchar, Guwahati, Karimganj and Shillong.
||Tripura, in the north east of India.
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||It is situated on the northern bank of the river Gomati at Udaipur. It is located at a distance of 55 km from Agartala, the capital city of India.