Bhismaknagar is the pilgrim place for the IduMishmis. They are the nascent of the tribal groups of Arunachal Pradesh. Bhismaknagar is one the prevalent archeological site and the most hallowed place in Arunachal Pradesh. This place experiences copious visitors every year. An emblem of historical opulence and indicates the extraordinary and classical civilization of Bhismaknagar Arunachal Pradesh.
The Bhismaknagar Fort 30 km away from Roing that was constructed in the 8th century BC and is sited in the Dibang Valley District.
If to be alleged this place was under the clench of the Chutiyas from 12th to 16th centuries BC. The prior shreds of this place throws nimble on the quarries of this town. This town voices for the Catholic spirit of ancient Indians and the bestowal by the Idus made to the synthetic fabric of Indian culture. The manner in which Bhismaknagar has blossom its race to revitalize the customary ethos along with the espousal of its reformism has made this place a center of resurgence.
The Archeological Department of India has very well retained and preserved the monument and it has been affirmed as a secured monument.
Though it was built in the 8th century BC by King Bhismak but it was under the clench of the Chutiyas who were the potentates from 12th to 16th century.
It is to be believed that the Idu Mishmi tribes of Bhismaknagar acquainted India with the Synthetic fabric. The fort was first quarried from the year 1969 to 1973 and then again from 1997-1997 with which was exposed the other relics of this place.
Fabricated from the burnt bricks gave this fort an impressive and remarkable top view and thus explores the dexterity of people of ancient era. This fort can still be signified as an astonishing work of art.
Extended over an area of 1860 square meters this fort displays three halls, six ingresses and two extension rooms. The architecture of the fort displays the primeval culture. While quarrying the fort the enormous pieces of work of art like potteries, terracotta figurines, terracotta plaques and decorative tiles were preserved.
At the base of Siang hills under the Likabali sub-division of West Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh is the temple of Malinithan. The temple is inthe state of remnant. The nearby administrative centre is just 1km to the east of Likabali. The vestiges of the stone images of Malinithan have been eminent till today from the early twenties. The shells of the temples and the treasured scriptures were exhumed from the site during the process of quarrying from 1968 till 1971.
To experience the best of the Bhismaknagar Fort plan the visit during the months of November to February.