[Updated] Tripura GK & GS 2021: SSC, State level GK Questions in PDF & More!

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1. History
2. Geographical Structure
3. Mountain range
4. National Parks
5. Administrative Structure
6. Religion
7. Languages
8. Airports
9. Arts & Culture
10. Temples
11. National Park
12. Wildlife Sanctuaries
13. The Economy
14. Education
15. Heritage Sites

Tripura GK Questions and Current Affairs


Tripura was ruled by the Twipra Kingdom in several centuries. It was made India’s 27th State by area, the largest city of Tripura is Agartala. Tripura is also termed as  Kirat Desh etc. historical name of Tripura is Tippera district.

The history divide in different parts

  • Prehistorical period-Manikya dynasty 
  • Ancient period-7th century 
  • Historical period-14th century
  • Modern period-Mughal and the British empire

Below table will tell more about the GK of Tripura and Its history.

1.Union Territory1st November 1956
2.State Formation21 January 1972
3.Largest cityAgartala
4.Also Known asTippera district
5.Ruled ByTwipra Kingdom, British Rule
6.Major Historical EventsThe princely state of Tripura was merged with the Union of India in 1949. Tripura became a Union Territory on 1 July 1963 and attained the status of a full-fledged state on 21 January 1972. The Kings of Tripura adopted the “manikya” title and shifted their capital to Udaipur (formerly Rangamati) on the banks of the River Gomti in South Tripura in the 14th century.

Geographical structure

Tripura covers an area of 10,491.65 km2(4,050.86 sq mi). Tripura has situated on 22 degrees 56 minutes north and 24 degrees 32 minutes north latitude and 91 degrees and 92 degrees 22 minutes east longitude. It shares the international border with Bangladesh. In Tripura state 5 hill range that rises to high altitudes.

Below table will tell more about the GK of Tripura and Its Geographical structure.

1Total Area10,491.65 km²
3The rank of the stateArea rank:- 27th Population Rank:-22nd
4Population Density350/km2 (910/sq mi)
5State Bounded ByAssam, Bangladesh, Mizoram (North, West, South)
5Soil & MineralsSoil:
Reddish yellow-brown sandy soils, Red loam and sandy loam soils, Older alluvial soils, Younger alluvial soils, Lateritic soils
Limestone, Dolomite, Coal, Clay, Refractories, Glass sand,
Graphite, Fertilizer, Gravel sand silt, Building stone, Metallic,
Ferrous, Non-ferrous, Noble metals
7Major CropsPotato, Sugarcane, Mesta, pulses
8Forest Area10,491 sq. km
9ClimateTropical savanna climate or tropical wet and dry climate
10RiversLongai River Juri River Deo River Manu River Dhalai River Khowai River Haroa River Gumti River Muhuri River Fenni River
11Major DamGumti Hydro Dam
12Major Floraevergreen forests Dipterocarpus Artocarpus Amoora Elaeocarpus Syzygium Albizia Barringtonia Lagerstroemia
13Major FaunaArctictis binturong Cuon alpinus Artherurus Assamensis Muntiacus muntjak Sus scrofa Sipahijola Gumti Rowa Arctictis binturong

Mountain range

  • Boromura
  • Atharamura
  • Longtharai
  • Shakhan
  • Jampui Hills

National Parks

Below you can get the List of National Parks in Tripura. Name of National Parks, Year of Establishment and Total Area is as follows:

S. No.National College in TripuraEstablishment yearTotal Area (Km2)
1Clouded Leopard National Park20075.08
2Bison ( Rajbari) National Park200731.63

Administrative Structure

Tripura is the 3rd smallest state of India by area and 8th smallest by Population. Tripura has a constant GDP (Gross Domestic Production) per capita among all Indian State. According to the Eleventh Finance Commission, Major tourist destination in Tripura is Udaipur. A large number of International and Domestic tourists visit Tripura for its historic temples such as the Tripura Sundari Devi Temple, the Bhubaneshwari Temple, as well as other attractions such as the Sepahijola Wildlife Sanctuary and the Tepania Eco-Park.

Below in this table, we have described all the essential Geographical Structure of Tripura you must know if you want to clear TPSC  or any state-level government exams.

2.Administrative HQAgartala
3.Chief MinistersBiplab Kumar Deb
4.GovernorSatyadev Narayan Arya
6.State AnimalPhayre’s leaf monkey
7.State BirdGreen imperial pigeon
8.State FlowerNageshwar
9.State TreeAgar
10.No. of District8
11.Loksabha Seats2
12.Vidhan Parishad (Legislative Council)NA
13.Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly)60
15.Railway StationsAgartala Railway Station Ambasa Railway Station Bil Railway Station Bishalgar Railway Station Bishramganj Railway Station Dharmanagar Railway Station Garjee Railway Station Jirania Railway Station Jogendranagar Railway Station Kumarghat  Railway Station Manu Railway Station Pencharthal Railway Station Sekerkote Railway Station Teliamura Railway Station Udaipur Railway Station
16.Official LanguageBengali, English, Kokborok
17.Time ZoneUTC+05:30 (IST)
18.Postal CodeDifferent According Area
19.Vehicle CodeTR
20.JudiciaryTripura High Court
21.Sealseal of tripura


Other or no religion0.2%




Below you can get the List of Domestic Airport in Tripura. Name of Airports and Location is as follows:

S. No.Domestic Airport NameLocation/City in Tripura
1Agartala AirportAgartala, Tripura, India
2Kailashahar AirportKailashahar, Tripura, India
3Kamalpur AirportKamalpur, Tripura, India
4Khowai AirportKhowai, Tripura, India

Arts & Culture

The folk culture of the tribal and non-tribal people of the state forms the backbone of Tripura’s cultural tradition. The ‘Garia’ dance celebrates on the New Year and worship of ‘Garia’, and ‘Dhamail’ dance of the non-tribals celebrate on familial occasions like a wedding ceremony in rural areas. Its celebration attracts a major number of Tourists.

1Folk DanceHojagiri Dance Ua Bamboo dance Hojagiri Dance Huk kaimani Dance Goria Dance
2MusicWaying Khilimani Garia Ruinani Kuchung ha-Sikam Hachwg Kamani Chamaritunmani Resekhagra
3Major FestivalDurga Puja Kharchi Puja Pous-Sankranti Mela Ganga Puja Bizhu dance
4Cuisine (Famous Food)Chakhwi Champrai Gudok Khalok Mwkhwi
5Traditional DressMen T-shirts, jeans, trousers, shirts, Rikutu Gamcha, Shirt is known as Kubai Women They wear blue cotton fabric as well that looks like a petticoat or skirt, they wear beautiful jewellery on special occasions and festivals.


Tripura Sundari TempleUdaipur
Fourteen Goddess TempleOld Agartala
Bhuvaneswari TempleUdaipur
Benuban Viharthe northern part of the city of Agartala
Mahamuni Pagodasubdivision of South Tripura
Gopinath TempleTripura
Hari templeJagannath Dighi
Nager DolUdaipur town
Jagannath TempleAgartala

National Park

  • Clouded Leopard National Park
  • Rajbari National Park

Wildlife Sanctuaries

  • Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary,
  • Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Sipahijola Wildlife Sanctuary

The Economy

Tripura GDP per capita income ₹ 1,13,102- and the average growth rate of Tripura is 8.74%. Tripura is one of the few states to achieve rural electrification by 100 per cent. Table Below contains some of the normal questions mostly asked in different Govt. and Private recruitment examinations of Tripura.

1State GDP₹0.461 lakh crore (US$6.5 billion)
2Growth rate8.74% 
3Per capita income₹ 1,13,102
4GDP per capita rank22nd
5Major IndustriesTea processing factories Agartala Rubber Industry Bamboo Industry Cottage Industries agriculture-based industries
6Major ImportsCement Variety of fish Broken/crushed stones Food items/Soft drinks Plastic
7Major exportsFruits, Electronics, Spices, Other Commodities


Per the 2011 census, the literacy rate of Tripura was 87.75 per cent, the fourth-highest in India (which had a national literacy rate of 74.04 per cent).

Heritage Sites

1Major Tourist PlacesBuddha Temple, Jampui Hill, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary, Raima Valley, Kunjaban Palace
2Major MonumentsAncient Remains, Baxanagar Shyamsundar Ashram Tilla, Baikhora Jolaibari Ancient Mound is known Puja Khola, Paschim Pillak

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Tripura GK important Question

Q. Which national highway connects Tripura with the rest of country ?

A. NH 44(From Assam border-Sabroom)

Q. Tripura is top producer of which of the following?

A. Natural Rubber

Q. How many Districts in Tripura?

A. 8

Q, which of the following is an official language of Tripura?

A. Bengali

Q. Which is the Capital of Tripura?

A. Agartala

Q. Total Number of Assembly Seats in Tripura?

A. 60

Q. Which is the highest point in Tripura?

A. Betling Shib/Sib/Chip/Shiv

Q. What is the State tree of Tripura?

A. Agar

Q. Which state is to the east of Tripura?

A. Mizoram

Q. When did Tripura become a union territory?

A. 01 November 1956

Q. The Bhuvaneswari Temple situated on the bank of which river?

A. Gomati

Q. Which one is the largest river of Tripura?

A. Gomati

Q. Which was the first newspaper published from Agartala?

A. Rabi

Q. The first tea garden of Tripura is?

A. Hiracherra

Q. When was the Tribal Research Institute established in Tripura

A. 1970

Q. What is the first newspaper of Tripura?

A. Arun

Q. Who was the first Chief Minister of Tripura?

A. Sachindra Lal Singh

Q. Who was the longest serving Chief Minister of Tripura?

A. Manik Sarkar

Q. Which is the largest dristrict of Tripura?

A. Dhalai

Q. Garia Puja performed in the month of which year?

A. Baishakh

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  1. The last question is not appropriate.
    The question should be “In which month of the year Garia puja is performed or celebrated?”
    Even Garia is spelled incorrectly in the question.

    And the correct answer is “Baishakh” as we welcome the god Garia in the first month of the year on the very first day and the festival is celebrated for a week.

    Thank you.

    • Dear J Debbarma, We have catered the information around the web to help out the student community, yes we had made mistakes often. We always thank people like you who find out the information incorrect. We have corrected the information. Thanks for your valuable time.


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