There are 99 lakh 99 thousand 999 mysterious idols built in the middle of the dense forest in Tripura. The mystery of who made these idols remains intact.
- It is because of these mysterious idols that this place got its name Una Koti.
- Lord Shiva cursed the gods and goddesses to make stone idols at this place.
There are many mysteries in India which no one has been able to solve till date. One such place is about 145 km away from Agartala, the capital of Tripura, which is known as Una Koti. It is said that there are 99 lakh 999 stone idols made here. It is not possible because who made these idols, when did they make them and why did they make them and most importantly, why is there less than one idol in one crore, although there are many stories behind it..
Meaning of Una Koti It is because of these mysterious statues that this place got its name Una Koti, which means one less in millions. This place is considered to be one of the biggest secrets of India. But very few people know or know about this place.
Why Una Koti is a mysterious place Una Koti is called a mysterious place because it is a hilly area surrounded by dense forests. So no one lives around this area and it has been a topic of discussion and research for a long time.
Mythology related to Una Koti There are many myths related to idols of Hindu Gods and Goddesses carved out of several stones carved on stones..
The story of Lord Shiva and one crore gods and goddesses.
It is believed that once one crore gods and goddesses including Lord Sev were going to a place because it was night, the gods and goddesses asked Shivaji to stop and rest in Una Phani, Shivaji agreed but at the same time he also said that all of them reached this place before sunrise. Have to give up but at sunrise only Lord Shiva could wake up all other gods and goddesses were sleeping. Seeing this, Lord Shiva got angry and struck everyone and turned them into stones. This is why there are 99 lakh 999 idols here i.e. less than one in a crore.
The story of Sculptor and Lord Shivaji.
Another story is popular regarding the creation of these idols. It is said that there was a sculptor named Kalu who wanted to go to Mount Kailash with Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati but it was not possible. After making the idols of the gods and goddesses, they will take the sculptor with them to Kailas. Hearing this, the sculptor got absorbed in his work and quickly started making one idol after another. Because Lord Shiva didn’t take that sculptor with him, that’s why this place is called Na Koti..
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How to reach Una Koti Pune Kote Tripura’s capital city Agar Talati is about 125 km away. Buses are available from major cities of Tripura. The nearest airport is Agartala Kamalpur Airport while the nearest railway station is Kumar Ghat Railway Station..