commences at Tinsukia, a road-rail head in Assam, leading to
Tezu, Roing and Parsuramkund in the Lohit district of
Arunachal Pradesh. Some 21-km to the northeast of Tezu, the
District Head quarter lies Parasuramkund where, according to
the legend recorded in the Kalika Purana, Parasuram washed
away the sin of killing his mother in the waters of Brahma
Kund. On Makar Sankranti each year, a Mela is held at the Kund
where visitors wash away their suns. Roing is known for the
historical fort of Bhishmaknagar built with clay bricks and
embellished with pottery. The Bhishmaknagar fort was first
excavated in 1996-97, which testifies to the penetration of
the Aryan culture into Arunachal in the 4th century AD.
Parasuramkund, Bhismaknagar, Mayadia, Mehoaa Lake, and Boating
in Salley Lake.
HOW TO GET
By Air - Nearest airport is Mohanbari (Dibrugarh
By Rail - Tinsukia is the nearest railway station.
By Road - Bus/Taxi are available from Tinsukia