Photo tour, Gumti river, Rajkhang, Amarpur, Tripura tour.
Amarpur town is about 60 km from Agartala. About four kilometers from this town, there is a boat pier on the river Gomti in Rajkhang. From there you have to go by boat to the picture area. After floating in the boat for a while through the dense jungle on both sides of the river, you will see the idol on the river.
It is said that the Jamatiya tribe has lived here since ancient times. According to Jamatiya folklore, the place of the goddess Rudrabhairavi is pictured. During the reign of King Chichingfar’s great-grandfather, carvings were made on the banks of the river Gumti, which flows along the Devatamura hill.
According to the locals, all these works of art were built during the 15th-16th centuries. The specialty here is that you have to see all these unique creations floating in the water of Gumti river in a boat or motorboat. There are innumerable idols of Brahma, Vishnu, Maheshwar, Ganesha, Kartik, Bishwakarma and many other deities and animals carved on the high wall of the hill.
However, the most eye-catching feature of this voyage is the Mahishasurmardini idol of the ten-armed Durga. The idol, which is about 20 feet high, is called ‘Chakrakma’ by the local tribes. There are innumerable snakes wrapped around the hair of the goddess, and Rudrabhairav is beside Mahishasur at her feet.
How to get there: –
Dhaka-Agartala-Agartala 60 km away from Amarpur city-Amarpur city about four kilometers away in the Rajkhang area on the river Gomti ‘Chhabimura’ boat ghat.
Let’s refrain from dumping garbage wherever we travel. It is our moral duty to maintain the balance of the environment by not dumping garbage wherever we travel.