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Kamaleswari Mandir, Dhalai

Kamaleshwari Mandir is a temple dedicated to Goddess Kali. It is situated in the largest sub-divisional town of Tripura called Kamalpur. The town is about 35 kilometres away from Ambassa, the district headquarters of Dhalai. Kamaleshwari Mandir is located 122 kilometres from Agartala.

Kamaleshwari is another name for Goddess Kali and hence, the temple is so named. The town of Kamalpur is named after the temple too. The temple is frequented by worshippers throughout the year. However, the ideal time to visit the Kamaleshwari Mandir is during the months of September and May, the reason being that rainfall subsides and makes the temple easily accessible.

Tourists can reach the temple directly from Agartala by travelling on hired taxis. Buses can also be taken up to Ambassa and thereafter, to Kamalpur. Kamalpur doesn’t have any railway station and the nearest railhead is in Agartala. The nearest airport is also in Agartala.

Kamaleswari Mandir Photos

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