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On the way from Srinagar to pahalgam you can visit this temple. We were informed by the guide that the song "Tum aa gaye ho" from film Aandhi was shot here. It takes an hour ride to reach here. A very beautiful temple with just...More
This temple is located on the way from Srinagar to phalagham.the temple is ruins current but preserved by tourism board.it is a big temple with many small temples on boundary.there is a entrance fee of rs 20for indians and SAARC nations and 200 for foreigners
This temple is in total ruins including the main santum and other temples. The main temple was about 45 feet tall and housed the God Vishnu that is now shifted to a temple in Lal chowk in Srinagar. Observing the site reveals it was a...More
This is an ancient temple ruins well preserved by the tourism board. A nice place to visit if you are a heritage lover. Nothing much to do here but you just get to visit a heritage site with ruins and stones. Ofcourse it is a...More
It was indeed very painful to see such a beautiful and well planned temple in ruins by Muslim invaders simply because it was a Hindu temple built by a Brahmin king of kashmir. I have attached some photos and a particular display board set up...More
These temples are located on the way from Srinagar to Pahalgam , and are in the state of ruins , but still nicely preserved by ASI . This place should have been given more importance and few place around the beautiful temple. You can spend...More
This temple is in ruins currently but well preserved by the Tourism Board. However, the guides are not well trained, as they are only bent on extracting money and not giving correct historical background of this place. There is entry fees to this place. it...More
This temple was built by King Avanti Varman before he ascended to the throne of Kashmir. The temple is small but more ornate and dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple was destroyed by the earthquake and reclaimed after removal of debris. This temple was neglected...More
Visited this place on our way to Pehelgaam from Gulmarg. Growing up we passed by these ruins several times but never visited them.
These ruins talk about their glorious past. ASI did a great job in maintaining them. The only concern is there are buildings...More
Today is 27th April, 2016, Wednesday. In the morning we left Pahalgaon to reach our next destination, Srinagar, the capital of Jammu & Kashmir state, the summer capital. We will go en route Bijbehara, Awantipora, Pampore to Srinagar. After coming some distance from the Pahalgaon...More