Maharashtra, however, maintained their overall lead by winning four of the eight gold medals on offer, taking their total to six.
Arik Dey impressed the judges once again to walk away with a gold and a silver for the home team. He won the all-around competition on the opening day.
Vaidehi Abhay and Omkar Shinde won the uneven bars and rings respectively.
Asmita Paul secured the first gold for Tripura in the women's artistic gymnastics. She later went on to add another bronze for the beam.
The rhythmic gymnastics girls all-around competition was completely dominated by Maharashtra as Aditee Dandekar and Kimaya Kadam grabbed the first two spots.
Results: Men's Under-21 Artistic Gymnastics: Floor: 1. Ujjwal Naidu (Kar) 12.5; 2. Arik Dey (Mah) 12.4; 3. Agnivesh Pandey (UP)
Pommel horse: 1. Arik Dey (Mah) 11.70; 2. Shivam (Del) 11.55; 3. Agnivesh Pandey (UP) 11.40
Rings: 1. Omkar Shinde (Mah) 12.05; 2. Satyajit Mondol (WB) 11.70; 3. Agnivesh Pandey (UP) 11.65
Table Vault: 1. Satyajit Mondal (WB) 12.85; 2. Ujjwal Naidu (Kar) 12.575; 3. Hafijur Rahman (WB) 12.85.
Womens Under-21 Artistic Gymnastics: Vault: 1. Asmita Paul (Tri) 12.750; 2. Swastika Ganguly (WB) 12.675; 3. Puja Naskar (WB) 11.625
Uneven bars: 1. Vaidehi (Mah) 9.15; 2. Soumyashree Das (WB) 9.10; 3. Sameera Khan (Del) 8.95
Beam: 1. Karishma (UP) 11.25; 2. Bidisha Gayen (WB) 11.25; 3. Asmita Paul (Tri) 9.90
Floor: 1. Bidisha Gayen (WB) 11.50; Swastika Ganguly (WB) 10.75; Sameera Khan (Del) 10.05
Rhythmic Gymnastics: Under-21 All-around:1. Aditee Dandekar (Mah) 46.40; 2. Kimaya Kadam (Mah) 41.00; 3. Meghana Reddy (Tel) 39.30.
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