Malinithan in Likabali
Malinithan is a well known tourist spot of this region, which is an archaeological site with temple ruins and sculptural relics. Some of the ruins are also associated with the legends of Lord Krishna. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Krishna and his wife Rukmini, on their way to Dwarka from Bhismaknagar, rested in Malinithan and made offerings of flowers to the Goddess Parvati. The relics in Malinithan were excavated from 1968 to 1971. The temple ruins in this site are seemed to have been built out of granite stones and have Aryan influence on them..
Akashiganga Temple near Likabali
It is one of the famous Hindu pilgrimage sites in Arunachal Pradesh. Akashiganga temple is located near Likabali (12 km from Malinithan). According to the Hindu mythology, one of the body parts of Sati fell in this location. Since then, this temple is regarded as an important holy destination for Shakti worship.
Visiting Information to Likabali
Silapathar Railway Station and Dibrugarh Airport are the nearest to reach Likabali. National Highway 34 connects this city to other parts of India. This article is a stub. You can enrich by adding more information to it. Send your Write Up to firstname.lastname@example.org.