Arunachal Pradesh is one of the sparingly populated states in India and is covered with 83743 sq. kms. The state got independent in political status on 20th January, 1972 and was further stated as a “Union Territory” for Arunachal Pradesh. The Bill was passed in 1986 by the Parliament and hence it became the 24th state in India Union Territory. The state is often mentioned in Mahabharata and Purana literature. Even the mountains of Prabhu are supposed to be placed in the Puranas. Here the sage Parashuram rinsed his sin, Bhishmaka King got his Kingdom, Rukmini was married with Lord Krishna and mediation was done by sage Vyasa.
The state is a land of deep river ravines, green lush forests and exquisite beautiful plateaus. The land is shrouded with Himalayan range and the north borders are covered with Softy Mountains on the northern and western part. The climate over here is hot and humid at lower altitudes and hence the ravines are shrouded with swampy thick forests. The state is divided in five valleys: the Subansiri, the Kameng, the Lohit, the Tirao and the Kameng. All valleys are covered with snow that gives amazing picturesque to the land.
Ita Fort : The Ita Fort has used 80 lacks bricks to construct the fort, more than 45, 000 workers were hired. The Buddhist temple in the Ita fort is the main reason people get attracted. The yellow roof shrine is beautifully built around Stupo trees, which is planted by Dalai Lama. The serene beauty from the top allows you to take a overview of the entire Itanagar.
Bhismaknagar Fort : The Bhismaknagar Fort, is well known for Bhismaknagar Archaeology and sacred heritage. It is the heritage house for Idu Mishims, one of the primitive communities. The fort was built in the 8th century by the Roing. The greenery lush and enhanciting ravines surrounded by the Bhismaknagar Fort are eye soothing. It is believed that the fort was excavated under the construction of Chutiyas in the 12th to 16th century.