Place to see

KEKAR MONYING a mountain cliff near Rottung is an important historical place because it was here that the Adi put up a strong resistance against the British in 1911.  The war was a part of a punitive expedition undertaken by the British for murdering Noel Williamson, a political officer in the previous year by Matmur Jamoh, a native of Yagrung village.
                  Komsing, a village on the left bank of the Siang is the place of Williamson’s murder.  A stone epitaph bearing the name of Noel.  Williamson still lies near the Siang.  GOMSI, a cultivation area near Rani village is another place of historical importance.  In June’96 a team of archaeologists led by Shri T. Tada, Deputy Director, Archaeology of the Research Department conducted a trial excavation and survey in the site. They have found apart from broken pieces of dif

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ferent evidence of glorious past culture of early medievarrl period (probably Pre-Ahom).
               The site has a big rectangular Canal measuring 3.5 meters wide and a pond measuring 38×36 mts. in the site.  A mound has been unearthed inside the Canal area from where 13 different sizes of bricks have been found from it’s brick wall.
                    Further excavation and extensive study is required to arrive at a definite idea about the 11.5 acres big settlement area

The Daying Ering Wild Life Sanctury is located at a distance
of 13 kms. from Pasighat and is one of the few sancturies located on an island. One has to cruise through River Siangby country boat to reach the place. During September – February, a variety of migratory birds like cranes, wild-ducks, storks, water-fowlsand hornbils come here fromww