Explore The Gate Way Of Kashmir, Qazigund!

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Ruchika Mandora

Qazigund, surrounded by mountains and forests, is 1,710 metres above sea level. Kashmir Railway begins at the town's railway station.

This man made dam is on the Vishav River and is a popular place for tourists to visit because it has beautiful views and places to fish and go boating.

Panzath Dam

The lake is surrounded by gorgeous mountains and is a famous tourist destination, offering boating and fishing opportunities.

Shahanshah Boating Lake

Lord Vishnu is honoured by the temple, which was built in the 9th century. There are two temples in the temple complex, and one of them is in ruins.

Avantivarman Temple

It offers stunning views of the surrounding snow-capped peaks and lush green valleys from its elevation of 3,700 metres (12,139 ft).

Sinthan Top

The temple is one of Hinduism's holiest places it is dedicated to Lord Shiva. A hike through the mountains is the only way to get to the temple in the summer.

Amarnath Temple

The snow-topped mountains, lush green forests, and winding streams that surround the valley make it a popular place for nature lovers and photographers.

Betaab Valley

The Mughal-style Achabal Garden is in the town of Achabal. The garden was built in the 17th century, and its beautiful fountains and waterways are what make it famous.

Achabal Garden

The spring is thought to be the source of the Jhelum River, and it is surrounded by beautiful gardens and buildings in the Mughal style.

Verinag Spring

The Mughal-style Kokernag Garden is in the Anantnag district. The garden is known for its beautiful fountains and water channels, and it is a popular place for picnics.

Kokernag Garden

The temple was built in the 8th century, and it is dedicated to the Sun God. The temple is well-known for its impressive architecture and intricate carvings.

Martand Sun Temple