Mahadev Dighi

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    Location: Udaipur, Tripura, India

    Estimated Visiting Time: 1 hour

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    In Udaipur in North-East India, Bijoy Sagar is a lake that is also renowned as  Mahadeb Dighi. In Tripura, in Udaipur, It is one of the largest lakes. The length of this lake is almost 750 feet and in breadth, it is around 450 feet. With domestic sewage and wastewater through one drain, the lake is contaminated, and located on the northeastern side.  For bathing, washing, fishery, etc, the population depends on Bijoy Sagar or Mahadev dighi. The surrounding households area also vacates their solid waste into the Mahadev Dighi.


    Constructing several temples in Udaipur such as Bhubaneswari temple, Tripurasundari temple, Shiva temple,  Gunabati Mandir, Jagannath temple, Badarsahed Bari, Gopinath temple, and Dutia Mandir, his descendants changed their name to Manikya. To add beauty to the city of lakes and temples, several lakes like Dhanisagar (Dhanya Sagar) and Bijoy Sagar (Mahadeb Dighi), Amarsagar, Jagannath Dighi, were dug during this phase.


    Historical Place in Mahadev Dighi During the intermediary period between Dhanya Manikya and Govinda Manikya‘s reign, the lake was dug and during the reign of Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya, the lake was measured. King Jhujaroofa of Tripura established his new capital at Udaipur in the middle of the year 590 AD, by defeating the Mog dynasty and capturing Rangamati. To be the capital of Tripura In the 19th century, the previous name of Udaipur, ceased.

    Inside/Outside Views

    Inside View of Mahadev Dighi The dighi provides its visitor with an amazing view of the sagar. The Tripureswari temple is also located on the bank of this Sagar. In front of the Mahadev temple north of Bijoy Sagar built into the soil, there are rock-cut images of two lions installed.

    Opening Hours

    24 hours of the day.

    Entry & Others Fees

    No entry fee is needed.

    How to Reach

    By Air: Maharana Pratap Airport is the nearest airport in Udaipur, it is about 20 kilometers away from the city. It is well-connected by air to other cities in India. 

    Once a tourist reaches the airport, he can hire cabs or book taxis that are easily available for traveling between the airport and the city.

    By Train: Udaipur lies on a vast network of rail that connects it to many other cities in India. Ranapratapnagar is the nearest railway station from Udaipur and is at a distance of about 3 km away. The other one is Mavli Jn at a distance of about 37 km. Once a tourist reaches the station, he can hire a cab or an auto-rickshaw to visit where he wants to go in the city.

    By Bus: There is a very well-established bus service network to Udaipur, that links Udaipur to many other cities. Bypass is the nearest bus stop at Udaipur. One can easily visit his desired place by hiring taxis or cabs.

    Tips for Travellers

    You must keep your snacks and water bottle with you. Be polite and don’t do any kind of activities which may disturb other visitors.


    Que-01: Is this place safe to visit?

    Ans: yes, the place is safe to visit.

    Que-02: Is photography allowed in this place?

    Ans: yes, photography is allowed.

    Que-03: What is the best time to visit the place?

    Ans: You may visit the place anytime throughout the year.

    We wish you all the best for your journey. Happy Travel!!!

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