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Rukmini Nati

Dibang Valley District | Chimiri Village, Roing 792110, India
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Chimiri Fort

Famously known as Chimiri Fort, Rukmini Nati lies 12 km away from Roing. Its location in the... read more

Reviewed July 23, 2016
savio_pinto12
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Mumbai, India
Palace of Princess Rukmini

Rukminati or the ruins of Princess Rukmini is situated at the heart of Chimiri village which is... read more

Reviewed July 23, 2016
renthlei_tetei
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Mumbai, India
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Jul 22, 2016
“Chimiri Fort”
Jul 22, 2016
“Palace of Princess Rukmini”
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Dibang Valley District | Chimiri Village, Roing 792110, India
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Reviewed 23 July 2016

Famously known as Chimiri Fort, Rukmini Nati lies 12 km away from Roing. Its location in the village Chimiri gives it the name Chimiri Fort. It is considered to be a 14th century construction. The burnt brick ruins of this hill fort stand proof of...More

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Reviewed 23 July 2016

Rukminati or the ruins of Princess Rukmini is situated at the heart of Chimiri village which is approximately 12 km from Roing. This is a hill-fort presumably of 14th/15th century. You find the remains of burnt and baked bricks, which indicates the progress of the...More

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Reviewed 9 February 2015

Rukmini Nati is a place near Roing where the Wife of Lodesses Krishana is from. It is very Simple place. As per Local people their was Mahal in the Accient time but right now nothing is their. No a simple Jungle. Somebody told us that...More

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