The Tripura government has unveiled an official logo for the state’s tea to popularise the beverage and to promote the potentiality of tourism. At an event here on Saturday, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb said with the launch of the insignia, Tripura tea would be more popular across the country and abroad and it would also promote tourism. The logo features Tripura’s iconic landmark, the “Neermahal” which is the largest and one-of-its-kind water palace in India.
Tripura and Tea cultivation
The tea cultivation in Tripura began at Hiracherra estate in Unakoti district in 1916. At present, Tripura is the second largest tea producing state in the northeast and produces 10 million kg of tea annually with an area of 6,430 hectares under cultivation.
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