(Last Updated on : 15/04/2014)
Kupwara is a district in Jammu & Kashmir. It has an abundance of both flora and fauna, with ancient temples enhancing the gorgeousness of the district. The place equipped with rare natural beauty, is an admired tourist destination. A number of temples further add to the grandeur of the place
Shiva Mameshwara Temple, Kupwara, Jammu & Kashmir
: Shiva Mameshwara Temple is an all-stoned wonder, with a stone-built tank located nearby.
Sharada Temple, Kupwara, Jammu & Kashmir
: Situated on a prime location, Sharada Temple is intricately built, with the Himalayan peaks visible from the masterpiece staircase.
Maa Kali Bhadrakali Temple, Bhadrakali-Handwara, Kupwara, Jammu & Kashmir:
Maa Kali Bhadrakali Temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali, with unanticipated efforts from the Muslim community to rebuild the structure to the hilt.
Sharda Teerth, Kupwara, Jammu & Kashmir
: Dedicated to Sage Kashyap, believed to be the creator of Kashmir, Sharda Teerth is presently under complete ruins.
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