Due to the city's 2 km proximity to the India-Bangladesh border, locals of Agartala (and Tripura) mirror not only Bangladesh’s culture but also its language- Bengali. The local language as such is Kokborok and a good majority of the people communicate in it. English too is a commonly spoken and understood language, although it’s mainly the educated class and those who regularly communicate with tourists use this language most.
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