Choudoo Devotar Temple

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    Location: Rangauti, Tripura, India

    Estimated Visiting Time: 1 hour

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    Situated 14 kilometers from the capital of Tripura, Agartala, the Choudoo Devotar Mandir is also known as the 14 Deities Temple.  At Rangauti, it lies exactly in Kailashahar. In the Indian state of  Tripura, the Choudoo Devotar Mandir is one of the most revered temples and is dedicated to 14 gods and goddesses. The most important festival in the Choudoo Devotar Mandir is the Kharchi Puja celebrated in the month of July. During the Kharchi Festival, scores of devotees throng the temple doors


    People Spending time in Choudoo Devotar Temple To visit and for worship, it is really a wonderful place. There is a traditional fair in the month of February, where people from different places come to enjoy it.  There is also a lake just behind the mandir, and its look is awesome. Situated in the countryside of kailashahar it is a beautiful place to visit.


    Historical Place in Choudoo Devotar TempleAn idol of Tripura Sundari should be installed and moved from the place he found it, Maharaja Manikya had a dream about it, and it was believed by the people. Accordingly, the Choudoo Devotar Mandir was built at Rangauti by the maharaja. To the mother of the people of Tripura, the temple is dedicated and is called Tripuri or Ama. While the idol belongs to the 10th or 12th century AD, the temple looks like a tortoise-shaped small convex hill.

    Inside/Outside Views

    A structure looking like a Buddhist Stupa is seen on the roof of this temple, along with several inscriptions of shlokas and ancient paintings found here.  From the city of Agartala, this place is located just 14km away.

    Opening Hours

    1. Monday 6 AM–9 PM
    2. Tuesday 6 AM–9 PM
    3. Wednesday 6 AM–9 PM
    4. Thursday 6 AM–9 PM
    5. Friday 6 AM–9 PM
    6. Saturday 6 AM–9 PM
    7. Sunday 6 AM–9 PM

    Entry & Others Fees

    no fee is needed.

    How to Reach

    By Air: In the state capital Agartala, The nearest airport to Kailashahar is Singerbhil. From the airport, there are direct buses and taxis available to reach Kailashahar. The airport at Agartala is well connected to the other cities of the country. A tourist can easily reach his desired place using cabs or taxis.

    By Rail: As trains don’t reach Kailashahar, Kumarghat is the nearest railway station. Kumarghat is 27 kilometers away from Kailashahar and it takes about 50 minutes by road. Some trains pass Kumarghat which connects one to the rest of the country. You can take taxis or cabs to reach your desired place.

    By Road: Kailashahar is connected to the rest of the country through National Highway 44. It is directly connected to the capital, Agartala. Many means of transpiration can be used to reach Kailashahar. Some of the common ways of traveling are State transport buses and private taxis. A tourist can take taxis or cabs to reach his desired place.

    Tips for Travellers

    • As it is a religious place you must maintain your courtesy.
    • Don’t forget to leave your shoes outside the temple.
    • Keep silence inside the temple.
    • Respect the religious sentiments and rituals.
    • Wear decent dresses.


    Que-01: Is this place safe to visit?

    Ans: yes, the place is safe to visit

    Que-01: Is photography allowed in this place?

    Ans: No, photography is not allowed inside the temple.


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