त्रिपुरा

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Tripura
ত্রিপুরা
State of India
Official seal of Tripura
Seal
Location of Tripura (marked in red) in India
Location of Tripura (marked in red) in India
Map of the Tripura state showing eight districts
Map of Tripura state, showing its eight districts
Coordinates (Agartala): २३°५०′उत्तर ९१°१७′पूरब / 23.84°उत्तर 91.28°पूरब / २३.८४; ९१.२८निर्देशांक: २३°५०′उत्तर ९१°१७′पूरब / 23.84°उत्तर 91.28°पूरब / २३.८४; ९१.२८
Country  India
Region Northeast India
Established 21 Jan. 1972
Capital Agartala
Most populous city Agartala
Districts 8
सरकार
 • Governor Tathagata Roy [१]
 • Chief Minister Manik Sarkar[२] (CPI (M))
 • Legislature Unicameral (60 seats)
 • Parliamentary constituency Rajya Sabha 1
Lok Sabha 2
 • High Court Tripura High Court
रकबा (क्षेत्रफल)
 • कुल १०,४९१.६९ km (४,०५०.८६ sq mi)
रकबा क्रम 27th (2014)
जनसंख्या (2011)
 • कुल ३,६७१,०३२
 • रैंक 22nd (2014)
 • जनघनत्व ३५०/km (९१०/sq mi)
टाइम जोन IST (UTC+05:30)
ISO 3166 कोड IN-TR
HDI Increase 0.663 (medium)
HDI rank 6th (2014)
Literacy 94.65 per cent.(1st){2014}.[३][४][५][६]
Official language Bengali and Kokborok[७]
वेबसाइट tripura.nic.in
It was elevated from the status of Union-Territories by the North-Eastern Areas (Reorganisation) Act 1971

त्रिपुरा भारत के २९ राज्य में से एगो राज्य ह। ई के राजधानी अगरतला में स्थित बा।

संदर्भ[संपादन]

  1. Governor | Tripura
  2. "Profile of Chief Minister"; Government of Tripura; ओरिजिनल से 15 May 2012 के पुरालेखित; पहुँचतिथी 8 April 2012. 
  3. Shivangi Narayan (9 September 2013); "How Tripura became India's top literate state"; Governance Now; पहुँचतिथी June 20, 2015. 
  4. Syed Sayyad Ali (8 September 2013); "Tripura beats Kerala in literacy chart"; दि हिंदू (Agartala); पहुँचतिथी June 20, 2015. 
  5. "Tripura tops literacy rate with 94.65 per cent, leaves behind Kerala"; IBNLive.com; Cable News Network; 9 September 2013; पहुँचतिथी June 20, 2015. 
  6. "State of Literacy" (PDF); censusindia.gov.in; पहुँचतिथी June 20, 2015. 
  7. "Bengali and Kokborok are the state/official language, English, Hindi, Manipuri and Chakma are other languages"; Tripura Official government website; पहुँचतिथी 29 June 2013.