The term ‘Unakoti’ means one less than a crore in Bengali language. This historic pilgrimage spot is located 178 km northeast of Agartala city. Huge, ancient images and stone idols of Lord Shiva cut out of rock can be witnessed at this Shaivite place of worship which dates back to earlier than 7th and 9th centuries. Apart from the religious importance of the place, the scenic natural beauty of gushing waterfalls amidst the mountains is an added bonus for the eyes. The 30 feet high Unakotiswara Kal Bhairava (the central Shiva head) including the accompanying figures of Durga and Nandi Bull are very famous.