Tripura’s Unakoti, the ‘Angkor Wat of the North-East’
Tripura’s Unakoti, the ‘Angkor Wat of the North-East’ is seeking a UNESCO world heritage tag
Literally, Unakoti means ‘one less one crore’ in Hindi and Bengali
In the local Kokborok language, it is called Subrai Khung and is the central tourist spot.
7th-9th centuries, Unakoti is a ‘Shaiba’ (Saivite) pilgrimage site.