What are the physical features of Tripura?

Tripura is one of the seven states in the north eastern part of India. It has Bangladesh as its border on its north, west and south. Assam and Mizoram border the eastern part of the state. Tripura is a land of high hills that are interspersed with river valleys. In the north, it has four valleys that have been separated by hills with heights of about 1,000 metres. In the south, there is open forestland covering a large area. A wide variety of plant and orchid species are found in the forests of Tripura. Sal is an important product of the forests here. The state is watered by several rivers and their tributaries. The Khowati, the Manu, the Haorah, the Muhuri and the Gomati are some important rivers of Tripura. The Gomati is the largest river in the state.