https://www.incrediblenortheastindia.com/ Tripura, Neermahal, meaning "Water Palace," is a stunning architectural marvel located in the Rudrasagar Lake near the city of Agartala in Tripura, India. Built in the 1930s by Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Debbarman, it combines elements of Hindu and Mughal styles of architecture. This picturesque palace appears to float on the tranquil waters of the lake and is connected to the mainland by a long corridor. Neermahal served as a summer retreat for the royal family, offering respite from the tropical heat. Its unique setting, intricate design, and historical significance make it a prominent tourist attraction, drawing visitors from far and wide to marvel at its beauty and learn about Tripura's rich cultural heritage.
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