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Kokborok (Tripuri/Tiprakok) is the main native language of the Tripuri people of the Indian state of Tripura and neighbouring areas of Bangladesh. Its name comes from kok meaning "verbal" and borok meaning "people" or "human". Kokborok or Tripuri is one of the ancient language of North East India.

Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council Autonomous area in India

The Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council(TTAADC) is an autonomous district council administering the Tipra-dominated areas of the state of Tripura, India. Its council and assembly are situated in Khumulwng, a town 26 km away from Agartala, the state capital.

Tripuri people Ethnic group of North-East India and Bangaladesh

The Tripuri are an ethnic group originating in the Indian state of Tripura. They are the inhabitants of the Twipra/Tripura Kingdom in North-East India and Bangladesh. The Tripuri people through the Manikya dynasty ruled the Kingdom of Tripura for many years until the kingdom joined the Indian Union on 15 October 1949.

Tripuri dances

The Tripuri people are the original inhabitants of the state of Tripura in North East India. The Tripuri people through the Royal family of the Debbarmas ruled the state of Tripura for more than 1400 years till the kingdom joined the Indian Union in 1949. The Tripuris constitute the weightiest section of the entire indigenous population of the State of Tripura.

Tripura is a state of India.

Kokborok, also known as Tripuri or Tipra, is the language of the original inhabitants of Tripura. It is an official language of Tripura, a small state of India.

Debbarma(Gurpai) is the main clan of Tripuri community, predominantly in Tripura state, India and Bangladesh speaking Kokborok which is Tibeto-Burman languages.

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Twipra Kingdom was one of the largest historical kingdoms of the Twipra people in the North-east India.

Kirit Pradyot Deb Barman Indian politician

Kirit Pradyot Manikya Deb Barman Bahadur is an Indian political activist. He is the current head of Tripura Royal Family and is the 186th King Titular. He was born in Delhi, and now resides in Agartala, Tripura, He also served as the editor of TNT-The Northeast Today, He is the current chairman of The Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance also known as TIPRA.

The Halam community are various tribes native to the state of Tripura and Assam, Mizoram in India. The name Halam was coined by the Tipra Maharaja. As per their oral tradition they called themselves "Riam", which literally means "Human being". And lyrically they also call themselves "Riamrai, Reivon, Longvon, Manyâ, Chepvon etc.". The Halam are further divided into 12 sub-tribes, namely Chorei, Molsom, Hrangkhol, Kaipeng, Kalai, Ranglong, Sakachep, Thangachep,Marachepang/Morsephang Saimâr, Bongcher, Korbwng, Dab and Rupini.


Tipraland is the name of a proposed state in India for the indigenous Tripuri people in the tribal areas of the Tripura state. They demand the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council and some surrounding areas to be made into a Separate State from Tripura. The proposed state covers 68% of the total geographical area of the Tripura and is home to over one-third of the total population of Tripura.

The following is a list of political parties in the Indian state of Tripura, on the national, state and regional levels.

Narendra Chandra Debbarma is the president of the Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura and former director of All India Radio, Agartala. He is from Tipra community and Mother Tongue is Kokborok.

Kujendra Lal Tripura

Kujendra Lal Tripura is a Bangladesh Awami League politician and the incumbent Member of Parliament from Khagrachhari District. He is the chairman of Taskforce on Tribal Refugees.

Chaturdasa Devata

The Chaturdasa Devata or Fourteen Gods is the Shaivite Hindu pantheon worshipped in the Indian state of Tripura.

The Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance political party

The Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance or TIPRA is a regional political party in Tripura, India. The TIPRA is led by Kirit Pradyot Deb Barman in 2019.

2021 Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council election

Elections to the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) were held on 6 April 2021. 25 of the 28 elected seats in the Autonomous District Council are reserved for Scheduled Tribes.

Harinath Debbarma is a Tipra-Indian politician, activist and statesman from Tripura. Harinath Debbarma founded the Tripura Upajati Juba Samiti (TUJS) in 1967 along with Shyama Charan Tripura. He also later founded the Indigenous People's Front of Tripura in 1997.

Nanda Kumar Deb Barma is an eminent Tipra playwright, poet and lyricist from Tripura. He is known for his works of literature in Kokborok language and Kokborok Drama. Nanda Kumar Deb Barma is also a well-known author for his novels such as Rung (2001), and compilations of works such as Thungnuk Bwchap (2015). He has been one of the active advocate for Kokborok development in the field of literature and education and is the president of Kokborok Sahitya Sabha (KBSS).