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Dhalai District, Agartala


Dhalai is an administrative district in the state of Tripura in India. The Dhalai region was created in 1995 by merging the North Tripura District and includes part of the Amarpur Sub-Division of the South Tripura District. It is designed to address the urgency of administrative development and good governance in many tribal areas that are not easily accessible. The region is named after the Dhalai River, which originates in the region.

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Therefore the hill is known as Longtharai. Longtharai also means deep valley. The temple is also one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Dhalai region. It is also famous for its temples in Kamalpur Nagar Panchayat and Dumboor Lake in the Dhalai region.


The region has an area of ​​2312 km2.


There are 4 total villages in Dhalai.


There are 148 total districts in the region.


There are 4 cities in total in the region.

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