Agartala, the capital of Tripura and also is the second-largest city in northeast India after Guwahati. Handicrafts and handlooms of Tripura are unique and attractive. Tripuri has a skillful boon to create incomparable handicrafts and handlooms. The different cultural groups of the state are perfect in bamboo and clay work. Furniture of cane, idol-making, lamps, and bamboo dining table mats and floor mats are some of the state's attractive handicrafts.
Durga Puja is celebrated in the state of Tripura, with all its pride and glory. The festival of Navaratri or Durga puja has various significances. The meaning of Navaratri is nine nights. The tenth day is known as Vijayadashami or Dussehra. It was the day when goddess Durga got victory over a demon after nine days and nine nights long battle. The people worship Goddess Durga to gain strength and blessings. Sculptures have been in many of the cultures as the central religious devotion. One of the methods of sculpting is pottery with clay as one of the oldest materials. In India, Durga Puja is the second biggest celebrated in this state.
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