Buniar Temple, Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir: Buniar Temple has superiority written all over the constructional accuracy of the temple, regarded as one of the masterworks of Kashmir.
Dhathamandir, Mohora, Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir: Though literally Dhathamandir means ruined temple, yet it has adequate circumstantial evidence to prove the contrary.
Fathgarh Temple, Fathgarh, Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir: Fathgarh Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, with meticulous architecture viewed from every angle.
Kesava Temple, Andarkot, Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir: Kesava Temple withstands substantial significance in the presence of structural magnificence, dating back to more than 1400 years.
Naranthal Temple, Naranthal, Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir: Naranthal temple has outstanding interior carvings, with the subterranean vault also toeing the line.
Sankaragaurishwara Temple, Pattan, Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir: Sankaragaurishwara Temple bears similarity with other Kashmiri structural shrines, though it is under a little depression due to its long being.
Sugandhesa Temple, Pattan, Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir: Sugandhesa Temple is placed on a broad courtyard, with elaborate masonry visible on its each corner.
Vishnu Temple, Buniar, Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir: Though Vishnu Temple is reduced down to remains, yet it gains respect from the worshippers, with the little visible artistic wonder serving enough for the community to esteem it.
Gurudwara Chhevin Patshahi Thara Sahib, Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir: Gurudwara Chhevin Patshahi Thara owes its presence to a Muslim Faqir, who had offered food to Guru Hargobind Singh, whose arrival to Baramulla is commemorated through the erected Gurudwara.
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