The sight of a white, grandeur building in Agartala looked misplaced at first. Standing in front of it, I could have landed in London. The architecture and design of the building was from another era but kept in a good condition. The Ujjayanta Palace served as a home to many past rulers of Tripura since it was built in 1901. The palace was built in the Indo-Saracenic style with a Mughal inspired spacious garden and lake spread out in front. The two-storied high building has three domes, each measuring 86 feet high. The interior of the house have beautiful tiles floor, carved wooden ceilings and doors. The palace and its surroundings covered an area of 1 sq. km. and housed many temples.