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Malinithan, situated 32 Kms from Dhemaji in the state of Arunachal Pradesh is a site of ancient temple ruins. It is located at the foot of the Siang hills of Assam, close to the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border. A favourite among history buffs and archaeologists, this site has many relics within its ruins. This site holds great religious importance for locals and is also a popular tourist spot.
As the name suggests, this shrine was dedicated to Goddess Malini, also known as Parvati. Some historical artifacts have been discovered and excavated at this site which makes the mystery of this place even more enigmatic. The ruins of the temple suggest that it was built with granite stones under the Aryan influence. The archaeological finds at this site include many idols of Durga and Shiva, indicating that Shakti was worshipped by the masses in this region.