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Apparently the place from which Itanagar derives its very name. Small brick fort, a little away from town. Problem with all these places is that they close down really early, and you are only able to catch a glimpse.
If you are lucky to have good weather, good mood & good energy having difficulty in passing time; do come. Otherwise avoid without the most feeble regret.
If you are looking for a place....far from crowded onlookers, you have good shades & benches.....at a very...More
There are three gates all round the old fort which dates to the 14 th to 15 th century constructed of bricks, ita in local language means bricks. The south gate is the easiest accessible which is accessed by a road going though the Raj...More
During visit of Ita Fort a historical site in Itanagar it cwas learnt that the name literally means "Fort of bricks". In India in many places brick is called as Ita. The fort is of typical irregular shape, built mainly with bricks. Through enquiry it...More
Itanagar the capital complex of Arunachal bears it's name from this brick fort complex built by kachari Kings in 14th century as a bid to lay strength to frontier areas of the kingdom. Now a day's the complex is renovated by govt giving it an...More
It's simply neature a hill top, some deserted part of fort. Worst part is people visited their write their name in the wall. They should be serious about preserving the history and culture. Else, nothing is there. Not worth.
This lace will be interesting for history buffs. Department of archaeology has maintained it well. This is part of a big brick wall, which was build centuries ago. Book about the place is available at the counter, which i definitely recommend to understand the history...More