Who doesn’t like to travel in the valleys of Kashmir? Everyone wants to enjoy the beautiful views and cold winds here. Therefore, we definitely plan to go to Kashmir once a year. However, we like to go here only when we feel like walking in the valleys or we want a quiet atmosphere. But have you ever explored Kashmir to worship or break the fast? If not, then definitely try it once because there is a different fun of worshiping here. Let us know that there are many such temples here, where worship can be done as well as walking. For this, you just have to read our entire article.
The Martand Sun Temple was built during the 8th century and is a Kashmiri Hindu temple, dedicated to Lord Surya. It was built by Lalidaditya Muktapidara, the third ruler of the Karkota dynasty. Earlier this entire temple was rested on 84 pillars, which presented a wonderful view of the Kashmir Valley.
However, the temple was destroyed in the 15th century on the orders of some rulers. The Kashmiri architecture prepared in this temple was highly appreciated. Even today this temple is known for its architecture. If you have not explored this temple, then definitely go once and try it.
Vaishno Devi Temple
Talking about the temples of Kashmir and not naming the Vaishno Devi temple, it cannot happen. Vaishno Devi Temple is a Hindu temple located in Katra in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is believed that Goddess Vaishno fulfills the wishes of her devotees. That is why lakhs of devotees visit this holy place. This temple is open round the clock and throughout the year.
There are long queues of devotees here to see Mata Rani. The atmosphere of this auspicious place is usually filled with mother’s jaikara and songs of Maa Vaishnavi. Every year lakhs of people visit this place and climb a climb of about 13 km to reach the cave of the goddess.
Located in the state of Kashmir, this temple is famous not only in India but all over the world. Dedicated to Lord Rama, this temple was built by Maharaja Gulab Singh and later completed by Maharaja Ranbir Singh.
The interior of this temple is well crafted by gold-plated spires, art and paintings related to Lord Rama and Krishna. There is a sun sign at the entrance of the temple and it also has a library. This temple has seven Hindu temples with seven amazing peaks.
Kheer Bhawani Temple
The Kheer Bhawani temple is located near Tul-Mool village in Kashmir which is mostly visited by Hindu followers. Here devotees offer rice and milk kheer to Kheer Bhawani, a symbol of worship and faith. This temple was built on top of a waterfall within which a small marble is present.
People in this temple celebrate the annual festival on the eighth day of the full moon in May or June. People also believe that the color of spring changes according to the incarnations of the goddess. The view here is so beautiful that you will like it very much.