Srinagar Landmarks

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Srinagar Landmarks

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  • kapilrangan
    Bengaluru, India136 contributions
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    The Adi Shankaracharya temple at Srinagar was definitely worth visiting. The drive to the Hilltop is scenic, and from the parking lot, the temple can be reached only via stairs (250 of them). The climb is not too strenuous and there are plenty of resting points on the way up. The entire area is secured by the Indian army, and hence feels safe.
    At the top, the views of Srinagar city and Dal lake are mesmerizing. The temple houses a large Shiva linga which is the presiding deity. There is a small cave for meditation too. The army canteen serves free food to the devotees as well. Overall, a visit to the temple takes about 3 hours, and is well worth it for fitness enthusiasts!
    Written 28 April 2024
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  • Abdullah
    Saudi Arabia12 contributions
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    The place was so beautiful as well as the weather , I enjoyed the road going there.

    Weather was so cold 🥶,, it was my first time seeing snow there
    Written 17 October 2023
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  • Praveen S
    Noida, India207 contributions
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    This place is beautiful at the time of snowfall… as the surrounding mountains turns white and the grass area within Pari Mahal looks lile a white playground…
    Written 25 February 2024
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  • labal
    Chennai (Madras), India355 contributions
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    Revered by Kashmiri Pandits, this is a Shakthi Perth temple. Can be visited on the journey from Sonmarg. Serene atmosphere. Need a government photo id to enter the premises. Closes by 4 pm.
    Written 3 April 2024
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  • Sokare
    Bengaluru, India17 contributions
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    Must visit place. Pony ride deep into forest hills nearly 6 hours with family reaching a huge lake. Ride into wilderness is memorable. No comission to cabs hence not popular/ promoted but must bargain rate. Gentle ride unlike Gulmarg, Sonamarg.
    Written 15 April 2023
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  • murtzy
    Udaipur, India19 contributions
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    The white Hazratbal Mosque situated near the Dal Lake stands out as a grand monument . its very calm and peaceful inside, Non-muslims and Women are also allowed inside the area. nice gardens and lake facing views.
    Written 16 August 2022
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  • Malik
    13 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A historical places of great significance. If you are coming as a muslim from any parto of the world you need to visit this in the bustling heart of Srinagar city.
    Written 8 January 2024
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  • Nostalgiyeah
    Bothell, WA2,050 contributions
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    This historic Gurudwara is located not too far from the Hari Parbat Fort, towards the south eastern side of the mountain. While the main entrance has a pretty grand façade, I entered the premises through the side gate, which was closer to the actual point of entry to the Gurudwara. The Gurudwara has a very colorful architecture. When I went on a weekday morning, there were no crowds and I could get in easily. Adjacent to the entrance, there is a well of Amrit. The inner sanctum of the Gurdwara was very peaceful and I was able to take my time to worship at this very serene place. Adjoining the main hall is a worship area dedicated to Guru Hargobind Singh Ji, which was very tastefully decorated and oozed calmness.
    One can spend anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour depending on your inclination - indeed happy that I got the opportunity to spend a few minutes here!
    Written 9 April 2024
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  • travellingtote
    Bengaluru, India40 contributions
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    The most beautiful space in Srinagar that brings inner peace, this shrine of the patron saint of all crafts of Kashmir is a must visit for all those keen on knowing the historical and cultural context of Kashmir
    Written 27 November 2023
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  • Maroof B
    3 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is one of the 3 Routes to Reach Srinagar from Jammu.
    Although its a bit tough one and Closed for 4-5 months due to snowfall
    If you travelling in July Aug than before travelling confirm about Landslides as it's quite frequent on this road.
    Also carry good amount of food in your car so if you stuck in any Road block
    You can survive for few hours.
    After crossing Peer ki Gai
    You won't find any good restaurants till Surankot.
    Last tip: Drive via this road only if you are perfect in driving and have a great control over your vehicle as it's beautiful and dangerous ride at the same time.
    Written 13 August 2022
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  • labal
    Chennai (Madras), India355 contributions
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    A fort that is currently used by crpf. Houses two temples and a gurudwara. Offers spectacular views of Srinagar town, the Dal lake, Badam Wari. Please carry a government photo id to visit the place. Needs some effort to climb to the top. Entry fees is fifty rupees. The sheer breathtaking view from the top makes it worthwhile to visit.
    Written 3 April 2024
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  • MissMeena
    Washington DC, DC19 contributions
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    Such a cool and authentic Srinagar experience! Loved seeing this market. Dawn is so beautiful on the water.
    Written 28 April 2023
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  • Debashis T
    Dehradun, India2,092 contributions
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    When I Srinagar, do visit this place due to its historic significance. It is on the main market area. There are so many shops selling all varieties of items you search for.You can bargain a lot to get your things. At night, when the lights are on, it increases the beauty of the place.
    Written 29 October 2023
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  • Chandan P
    446 contributions
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    This small temple was between the water. There was a small stutue of Naag and beside it there was a Durga mata temple. Temple was old and small.
    Written 26 February 2020
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  • Rezwanur R
    Jessore, Bangladesh426 contributions
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    This is not one of the most talked about tourist spots of Srinagar yet one of the most charming structures that has been carrying the history. It's situated at Zainakadal in the middle of residential areas. Not so easily noticeable from the main road unless you stand in front of the main gate. The peaceful vibe this place provides was not to get in any other tourist attraction of Srinagar. The people who have interest in ancient history might find this place more interesting than the regular ones. It just takes you back to another century.
    Written 13 January 2019
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