Bisha, also referred to as Qal’at Bishah is a metropolis within the south-western Saudi Arabian province, Asir. Bisha was its own province earlier than merging with its neighboring province, 'Asir. Bisha has a population of 205,346 according to the 2010 Census, with almost 240 villages and 58 large settlements that are spread out on each sides of the Bisha Valley. The town is placed to the south of the Arabian Peninsula, which is almost completely underneath the administration of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
It stands at an altitude of about 610 meters above sea stage. The Bisha area is of massive agricultural significance because of excessive soil fertility, ample water, and palm cultivation. There are around 3,000,000 palm trees, amongst other bushes of a couple of sorts, and their culmination are sold widely to towns in the area.
Ibn Saud then set out to overcome the surrounding location with the goal of bringing it below the rule of thumb of a single Islamic nation. Ibn Dawwas of Riyadh led the maximum determined resistance, allied with forces from Al Kharj, Al Ahsa, and the Banu Yam extended family of Najran. However, Ibn Dawwas fled and Riyadh capitulated to the Saudis in 1774, ending lengthy years of wars, and main to the assertion of the primary Saudi State, with Riyadh as its capital.