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An assortment of artifacts in various forms are scattered around the park, including heritage benches, pottery, woodcraft, stone.
Unakoti means one less than a crore and it is said that these many rock cut carvings are available here.
The park spreads over 4 hectares of undulating landscape showcases miniature of nine major heritage sites of the state including Unakoti hill sculptures, Neer Mahal, Tripurasundari Temple, Debtamura hill sculptures, archaeological relics of Pilak, Chandrapur Mosque (Rajnagar, Belonia), Mahamuni, Ujjayanta Palace, Chaturdash Devta Mandir etc.
The park is also embellished with walking trail, amphi-theatre, grass lawns, rock garden, fossil fountain etc.
Within its small geographical area, Tripura offers plenty of attractions for the tourists in the form of magnificent palaces ( Ujjayanta Palace and Kunjaban Palace at Agartala and Neermahal - Lake Palace at Melaghar ), splendid rock-cut carvings and stone images ( Unakoti near Kailashahar, Debtamura near Amarpur and Pilak in Belonia Sub-divisions ), important temples of Hindus and Buddhists including the famous Mata Tripureswari temple ( one of the 51 Pithasthans as per Hindu mythology ) at Udaipur, vast natural as well as artificial lakes namely Dumboor lake in Gandacherra subdivision, Rudrasagar at Melaghar, Amarsagar, Jagannath Dighi, Kalyan Sagar, etc.
at Udaipur, the beautiful hill station of Jampui hill bordering Mizoram, wild life sanctuaries at Sepahijala, Gumti, Rowa and Trishna. College, Laxminarayan Temple, Uma Maheswar Temple, Jagannath Temple, Benuban Vihar, Gedu Mian Mosque, Malancha Niwas, Rabindra Kanan, Heritage Park, Purbasha, Handicrafts Designing Centre, Fourteen Goddess Temple, Portuguese Church etc. Now housed in the Ujjayanta Palace at the heart of the town, it preserves some rare images and epigraphs numismatic evidence which throw light on the glorious past of Tripura and some of the adjoining States.
Emphasis has been laid on the use of local material including bamboo and even waste articles in constructions.
Each structure, including public conveniences, has been set up in consonance with the surroundings and provides a heritage touch.The Maharaja himself being a gifted artist is said to have drawn the plan of the palace and its adjoining garden.Poet Rabindranath Tagore stayed in the eastern apartment of this palace during his 7th and last visit to the state in 1926.Most of the sculptures are made of sand stone and for that the formation of sculpture is very crude in nature. Kunjaban Palace, also known as ‘Pushpabanta Palace’, was built over a green hillock at the northern part of Agartala city.Low relief Dasavatar panels collected from Radhanagar in the vicinity of Agartala dated back to 18th cent. Maharaja Birendra Kishore Manikya (1909-1923) selected this beautiful place for building a suburban palace as a retreat and constructed it in 1917 which was named as ‘Pushpabanta Palace’.The southern side of the garden has been made open for the public and has been named as ‘Rabindra Kanan’.