States of India
Location :100-km From Tinusukia, Arunachal Pradesh
Significance : Sacred Heritage Site Of The Idu Mishmis.
Main Attractions : Archaeological Ruins Of Bhismaknagar.
Best Time To Visit : November To February
Bhismaknagar is located in Dibang Valley district and is a sacred heritage of the 'Idu Mishmis'. It is a symbol of past glory and indicates the high standard of civilisation that once prevailed around Bhismaknagar. Bhismaknagar must have been a strong hold of the Chutiyas (12th-16th centuries) but the excavations has been throwing new light on its much earlier antiquities.
Aryan And Tribal Lifestyles
Bhismaknagar stands for what is best in the tribal and Aryans way of life. It speaks for the Catholic spirit of the ancient Indians and the contribution made by the 'Idus' to the synthetic fabric of Indian culture. Today Bhismaknagar has become the nucleus of a renaissance a determination of a sturdy race to revive its traditional culture, while accepting everything that is progressive.
Tinsukia : 100-km
How to Get There
Air : Nearest airport is situated at Mohanbari in Dibrugarh, Assam.
Rail : Nearest railway station is situated at Tinusukia.
Road : By catching a bus/Taxi from Tinsukia (about 100-km).