Pilak archaeological & tourism Festival:

    Pilak is a den of beautiful Hindu and Buddhist images that dates back to the 8th and 9th centuries. Various excavations in the area yielded these sculptures that were scattered about for 10 sq. kilometers. The various archaeological findings inclusive of the images and terracotta plaques suggested the survival of both heterodox sects and creeds representing both Hinduism and Buddhism. Colossal stone images of Avolokiteshwar and Narasimha have been found here. Depend on that, at every year people of Jolaibari, South Tripura district observe Pilak archaeological & tourism festival for 3 days in the month of February/March. People from different places attend this festival and enjoy the cultural programme and every event of the festival.  
Schedule Place & time: At Pilak every year in February/March.