Nestled in the verdant Northeastern Region of India, Tripura is the second most populous state, bordered by Mizoram, Assam, and Bangladesh. The state boasts of pristine lakes, majestic mountains, and ancient temples, that add to its rustic charm. Tripura’s food grain productivity level exceeds that of India’s average by 27%. It ranks third in the export preparedness index 2021 among Himalayan states, an indicator of its booming economy. The industrial sector is dominated by rubber and tea-based industries, followed by cement and steel industries. The state also produces exotic fruits like Queen Pineapple, Jackfruit, and Arecanut, along with staple crops like rice and wheat. The state’s vivid culture and scenic locales make it an attractive tourist destination. Tripura is also blessed with vast reserves of natural gas, adding to its economic potential.