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Jammu and Kashmir Places to see JAMMU AND KASHMIR FORTS AND PALACES


Forts and Palaces of Jammu & Kashmir are as famous as the mountains and snow there. It has been a perfect place for holidays where you can enjoy the picturesque beauty of Jammu & Kashmir and also know about the lifestyle of people who lived there earlier. This is a place where you have enjoyed with your family or going with your friends or just a honeymoon couple. Jammu Kashmir is also known as one of the best honeymoon destinations. The Forts and Palaces of Jammu & Kashmir makes us realize the life people lived before, the wars which happened and the way the rulers lived there. People from all over the world come here to enjoy their holidays. The best time to visit and enjoy this beautiful place is from October to February.

Forts & Palaces of Jammu & Kashmir - A Perfect Holiday Destination :

Hari Prabat Fort is a historical monument of Srinagar which was built by the Governor of Afghan, Atta Mohammad Khan. It was constructed on the upper part of the Hari Prabat hill. Hari Prabat Hill is also known as Koh-e-Maraan hill. The architecture of the Hari Prabat fort has somewhat similar kind of architecture in forts of Central Asia.

The Bahu fort is situated just opposite to Tawi Lake. When you have a look at the fort you can just imagine the invasion prevented, the war fought and also the life which the royal families lived in earlier times. Palace of Amar Singh is one of the beautiful palaces you have ever seen.

The tall towers and the slopping roof will remind one of the French Castle in dreams, this is somewhat the Grand Palace of Jammu Kashmir looks like. There is one more palace which is worth visiting which is the Leh palace in Ladakh.

Forts & Palaces of Jammu & Kashmir :

Amar Mahal Palace Museum :

Amar Mahal Palace Museum was the place where Raja Amar Singh lived earlier. This is located in Jammu. The palace is really beautiful which is made up of red stand stone which stands apart and is one of the best place from the other picturesque sites in Jammu & Kashmir.

In the north there is the unforgettable view of Shivaliks and to make it more beautiful the river Tawi flows from down.

Now it is used as a Museum and is under the Hari-Tara Charitable Trust.

Bahu Fort or Temple :

Bahu Fort or Temple is located just 5 kms away from Jammu city in Jammu region. It is constructed originally by Raja Bahulochan. Later it was again constructed by Dogra Rulers. It is now the Bave Wali Mata Temple.

This is one of the oldest fort and an important monument for Jammu. It was constructed around 3,000 years ago. There are also many other places of attraction like Maha Maya Temple and City Forest.

Hari Prabat Fort:

Hari Prabat Fort is located in Srinagar in the Kashmir region of Jammu & Kashmir. In 1776, Atta Mohammed Khan Constructed this fort. The walls of this fort are very old as they are built during the rule of Akbar, in around 1592 and 1598.

There is also another place nearby, shrine of Sikh Guru Chatti Padshahi which also attracts many tourists.

The Leh Palace :

The Leh Palace is situated in Leh in the Ladakh Region of Jammu & Kashmir. The architectural style used for this palace is the architectural style used in Medieval Tibetan period. This is the palace of Ruler Senge Namgyal who ruled in the 16th century.

The surrounding houses of the Palace have a beautiful structure and above it there are other nine floors which have large walls which were sloping and buttressed and the beautiful wooden balconies.

The other thing which you have to look for is the view from the top of the Palace and the Dukhar temple.

Mubarak Mandi Palace :

Mubarak Mandi Palace is in Jammu. It has the Dogra Art Gallery. The architectural style used here is a mix of Rajasthani, Baroque European and Mughal style. In earlier times it was the Royal Resident of Dogra Kings. There is a building in this palace which is oldest, dated around 1824.

The most interesting part of this palace is the Sheesh Mahal. The pink hall inside the palace is now used as the Dogra Art Gallery and has small paintings of Different hill schools.

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