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    Panj Pir - It also comprises the graves of five saints and their sister, who had come to this place from Punjab. The Panj Pir Shrine is situated few kilometres away from the town of Rajauri. This shrine is mainly visited on Thursdays by large number of people, mainly Army and Paramilitary personnel.

     

    Chamar Sar - It also forms the source for Chamar Nala, which further joins Bafliaz Nala near the Behram Nala. Chamar Sar is a bean shaped lake situated at an altitude of 3300 m above sea level. It can be reached through a day’s trek from the Ravi Walli Marg. This lake has a circumference of 12 km and is full of icebergs till late July.

     

    Bhag Sar - It is oval-shaped and one of the inaccessible ones as its four sides are completely enclosed by icebergs. It is visible by ascending a glacier up to 4000 m from the left side of Chamar Sar. Bhag Sar is the highest lake amongst the lakes of Budhal mountains with an altitude of 3700 m above sea level.

     

    Diya Sar - Diya Sar is located to the west of Chamar Sar and is accessible through the Sarota Marg. The lake has a shape of an earthen lamp, which also gives it its name. It has a length of 1 km and is situated at an elevation of 3600 m above sea level.

     

    Padyaran Sar I & II- Padyaran I appears a little bigger than Padyaran II and they are covered under snow for most of the year. They can be reached by ascending the 1 km steep cliff of Diya Sar Gali, at an altitude of 3800 m.Below the Diya Sar Gali lie the twin lakes of Padyaran Sar. These lakes are situated at an altitude of 3400 m above sea level and both of them are bean-shaped.

     

    Gum Sar - Gum Sar is a small lake situated at the foothill of Dhakyar Peak, which is the highest peak in its range. The lake lies at an elevation of 3600 m above sea level.

     

    Samot Sar - This lake is accessible through Budhal, from where it takes four hours by foot to reach the top of this lake. Samot Sar is situated at an altitude of 3550 m on the northern end of Badjari Marg. It is an oval-shaped lake with a length of 1 km.

     

    Muradpur Sarai and Mosque - 1 km away from this sarai, on the banks of the Tawi River there are also several ruins of a mosque and an assembly hall. Muradpur Sarai is situated in Muradpur town at a distance of 7 km from Rajauri. It is a medieval Sarai with enclosure walls having bastions on each of its corners. These enclosure walls measure around 30 m on each side and are made of rubble limestone. The mosque also has residential cells measuring 6.30 m on each side.

     

    Kheora -They are seen besides a portion of an enclosed wall made of stones with lime surkhi mortar. Kheora is a village situated 1.5 km away from Rajauri on the Rajauri Darhal Link Road. This village is famous for the red wave shreds of the Kushan period. This is represented by deep bowls with razor edged rims and thin sides.

     

    Thannamandi Sarai - The first apartment of this sarai has 36 cells on each of its sides along with two rectangular dalans on its higher level. These cells open to the courtyard through arched alcoves. Each of its dalans has 3 chambers with 3 separate openings and its ceiling is wagon-vaulted. In the eastern corner of this sarai, there is a hammam with three large internally connected chambers.The Thannamandi Sarai is situated at a distance of 24 km north of Rajauri on the ancient Mughal Road, in Thannamandi. It is a major stop for people travelling to Kashmir Valley through the Rattan Shah Pir Pass. This sarai is mainly known for its ornamental carvings. It also has two enclosures out of which one is a cellular quadrangle and the other is a plain walled area called ‘Am Khas’.

     

    Nadpur Sarai - It also has two rows of machicolations and the way to enter it is through an imposing gateway present on its eastern and western sides. The facade of this gateway also contains alcoves at its bottom.Nadpur Sarai is situated 10 km away from Nowshera and was used as a halting point during the Mughal period. This sarai comprises a spacious rectangular courtyard and is surrounded by a walled enclosure containing a battlement-patterned set-up on its top.

     

    Mangladevi Fort - The area where it is built is an irregular plan with bastions present at equal distances. Most of its walls are 6 m high and have been strengthened through two rows of machicolations. The interior portion of the fort is quite uneven and full of vegetation. It also comprises a treasury building with a large tank, situated besides the modern temple of Mangla Mata. The Mangladevi Fort is situated in the Mangladevi village on the summit of a rocky hill, 18 km away from Nowshera town. This hill fort lies on the eastern side of the town and is one of its largest forts. The fort is famous for its strong fortification. On its three sides, it is surrounded by water and the remaining side has an arduous uphill.

     

    Naogazi Ziarat - Amongst several important pilgrimage points of Rajauri town, the Naogazi Ziarat gets a special mention. This site is situated near the Dhanidhar Fort and is popular for containing the grave of Qutab Shah Wali. The grave is 8 m long and is locally called as Naogazi, which suggests nine years.

     

    Usman Memorial - His memorial is maintained by the Infantry Unit of Jhangar. The heroic deeds of Usman along with the other civilians that died in the same war are commemorated here every year on the 3rd of July, which is also known as ‘Jhangar Day’. The Usman Memorial is a significant attraction of Rajauri town, situated at Jhangar. This memorial has been built in the honour of Brigadier Mohammed Usman, who was responsible for liberating the captured area of Jhangar. He died saving the place from a Pakistani attack in 1948.

     

    Ravi Walli Marg Group of Lakes - This marg is situated at an altitude of 3300 m above sea level and is one of the most popular camping sites in the region. Descending down to the west of Katori Sar Lake is the Ravi Walli Marg. This place is a combination of four lakes namely Kokar Sar, Neel Sar, Bhag Sar and Ding Sar.

     

    Katori Sar- It is formed by the pooling of water of melting snow, which becomes dry by the end of September. Katori Sar is a saucer shaped lake situated at the western end of Bela Marg. This lake is situated at an altitude of 3300 m above sea level and is one of the smallest lakes of the area.

     

    Lal Bauli- It is said that there is an underground connection between this spring and the Nandsagar Lake. Lal Bauli is situated at a distance of 20 km from the town of Rajauri, on the Rajauri-Thannamandi Road. This is a spring water lake comprising a vast variety of fish.

     

    Darhal Malkan - The area seems like a nature carved sports stadium. Near this valley also lies the Khanghah of Ganj Baba, which is one of the important religious attractions of Rajauri town. The perennially flowing transparent water in Darhal Tawi is also one of the attractions near this valley. Situated 25 km north-east of Rajauri town is the Darhal Malkan. This is a bowl shaped valley comprising gentle sloping mountains on all sides.

     

    Dehra ki Gali - The region experiences heavy snowfall. At the top of this hill, a one-room apartment has also been constructed under Project Beacon, which is a popular attraction in the area.Dehra ki Gali is an eco-tourism site located amidst wooden forests and mountain peaks of Rajauri District and is famous for its chain of high altitude lakes. This site is situated at an altitude of 6600 ft above sea level in the Pir Panjal Range.

     

    Dhanidhar Fort - The name of this fort is also significant with its high-elevation land portion. In ancient times, this fort was also used for defence purposes as well as to dump the grains that were collected as revenue from the farmers of the area. The Dhanidhar Fort of Rajauri was built in 1855 during the reign of Mian Hathu. It has been built using the ruins of the building of Jaral Rajas. Originally this fort was ruled by the Hindu kings of the Pal dynasty, before the advent of the Muslims. This fort was mainly built to keep the Dogra forces at a safe and strategic location and the fort solved the purpose, as whole of the surrounding valley was visible from here.

     

    Gurudwara Chatti Patshahi Bangla Sahib - The main congregation is organised at this gurudwara on Sundays. The birthday of Shri Hargobind Sahib Ji is one of the most significant days celebrated both by Hindus and Sikhs at this Gurudwara. This Gurudwara has been redesigned once in 1960, by an engineer named Sardar Tara Singh, to increase its accommodation space. Attached to this gurudwara is the Shri Hargobind Sahib Ji Institute of Education. Gurudwara Chatti Patshahi Bangla Sahib is one of the significant religious spots of Rajauri town. This is a 4-storey building comprising 15 rooms and a pathshala, with 8 rooms. This gurudwara is dedicated to the sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji. He is said to have stayed here for a small period during 1616, on his journey to meet Emperor Jahangir.

     

    Mangla Mata Temple - Tuesdays are the most auspicious days at this temple. Amongst the Tuesdays, the most important one is of ‘Chandi Paksh’, which comes near the day of full moon. The festival of Navaratri is also celebrated with great enthusiasm. Situated at 4 km from Jhangar, on the Nowshera-Jhangar Road is the shrine of Mangla Mata. This shrine was constructed in 1945, when Goddess Mangla decided to shift Mangla (PoK) to its present location. According to the local legend, this shrine was indicated by the Goddess herself in the dreams of different priests associated with the temple.

     

    Ziarat Sain Ganji Sahib - This shrine is dedicated to Sain Ganji Sahib, who was born in a Gujjar family at Fatehpur. He became a legend for devoting his life for the betterment of mankind. The most significant attraction of this shrine is the annual Urs, celebrated here every year in the first week of October. Ziarat Sain Ganji Sahib, also known as the shrine of Sain Ganji Sahib Qadri, is situated 10 km away from the town of Rajauri and overlooks the Darhal Nala of Jammu and Kash

     

    Dera Baba Beeram Shah - An important function is organised at this shrine every year on the Sunday before Baisakhi. A fair is organised at the place on this occasion and it is attended by a large number of Hindu and Sikh devotees. The shrine of Baba Beeram Shah is situated at Jhangar and is a significant religious spot of Rajauri town. This shrine is dedicated to Baba Beeram Shah Ji Dutt, who was a follower of the 6th Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji.The establishment of this shrine is associated with a legend of the 17th century. According to this legend, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji sent many saints from Punjab to the foothills of Jammu to spread Sikhism.

     

    Baba Sakhi Sultan - Baba Sakhi Sultan is a significant religious spot of Rajauri town and is situated in its heart. This shrine is flocked by a large number of Hindu and Sikh devotees who come here to pay their respect to Baba Sakhi Sultan.

     

    Pir Panjal - At the end of the Pir Panjal journey, there is also an opportunity to see the Noori Chanb Waterfall. On the return journey, there lies a garland of seven lakes and meadows namely Neel Sar, Sukh Sar, Kal Dachhni, Katoria Sar, Nandan Sar and Gum Sar.Most of the bigger lakes in this area are located at the boundary line near Jammu division and drain into the Kashmir Valley. The most popular lakes present here include Sukh Sar, Nandan Sar, Akal Dakshni, Chamar Sar, Bhag Sar, Padyaran Sar I and II, Samot Sar,

     

    Sukh Sar - Sukh Sar is the very first lake when the Pir Panjal chain of lakes is approached from the northern direction. This is a small oval-shaped lake situated at an altitude of 3000 m above sea level.

     

    Akal Darshini - This lake has a triangular shape and the colour of its water appears black in comparison to the blue water of other lakes. It lies at an altitude of 3300 m above sea level and is 200 m wide and 400 m long. The Akal Darshini Lake is the lake next to Sukh Sar, situated 1 km away from it. This is a religious lake and is mainly worshipped by Bakerwalas that pass through this route.

     

    Nandar Sar - The way to reach this lake starts from the slope of Akal Darshni and descends towards the watershed of Kashmir. Nandan Sar is one of the biggest lakes of Rajauri. It is oval in shape and more than 1 km in length. It lies at an elevation of 3500 m above sea level and its water is deep blue in colour. Its water flows from the Jadi Marg Nullah into the Kashmir Valley.

     

    Chandan Sar - It lies at an elevation of 3600 m above sea level and is of the same size as Nandan Sar.Chandan Sar can be accessed after a half an hour trek from Nandan Sar. This lake is formed out of a depression made by the mountains across the nullah to the east.

     

    Balidan Bhawan - The Indian Army managed to liberate the town on 13th April, 1948 on the occasion of Baisakhi. To honour the sacrifice of all these people, this memorial was constructed and given the name ‘Balidan Bhawan’, which implies a memorial of sacrifices. The Balidan Bhawan, also known as the War Memorial, is situated at the Gujjar Mandi Chowk in Rajauri Township. It is a memoir of the civilians that died in Rajauri during the war of 1947-48. This incident took place on the night of Diwali in 1947, when Pakistani marauders captured this part of town taking advantage of the absence of the Indian Army.

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    Panj Pir - It also comprises the graves of five saints and their sister, who had come to this place from Punjab. The Panj Pir Shrine is situated few kilometres away from the town of Rajauri. This shrine is mainly visited on Thursdays by large number of people, mainly Army and Paramilitary personnel.

     

    Chamar Sar - It also forms the source for Chamar Nala, which further joins Bafliaz Nala near the Behram Nala. Chamar Sar is a bean shaped lake situated at an altitude of 3300 m above sea level. It can be reached through a day’s trek from the Ravi Walli Marg. This lake has a circumference of 12 km and is full of icebergs till late July.

     

    Bhag Sar - It is oval-shaped and one of the inaccessible ones as its four sides are completely enclosed by icebergs. It is visible by ascending a glacier up to 4000 m from the left side of Chamar Sar. Bhag Sar is the highest lake amongst the lakes of Budhal mountains with an altitude of 3700 m above sea level.

     

    Diya Sar - Diya Sar is located to the west of Chamar Sar and is accessible through the Sarota Marg. The lake has a shape of an earthen lamp, which also gives it its name. It has a length of 1 km and is situated at an elevation of 3600 m above sea level.

     

    Padyaran Sar I & II- Padyaran I appears a little bigger than Padyaran II and they are covered under snow for most of the year. They can be reached by ascending the 1 km steep cliff of Diya Sar Gali, at an altitude of 3800 m.Below the Diya Sar Gali lie the twin lakes of Padyaran Sar. These lakes are situated at an altitude of 3400 m above sea level and both of them are bean-shaped.

     

    Gum Sar - Gum Sar is a small lake situated at the foothill of Dhakyar Peak, which is the highest peak in its range. The lake lies at an elevation of 3600 m above sea level.

     

    Samot Sar - This lake is accessible through Budhal, from where it takes four hours by foot to reach the top of this lake. Samot Sar is situated at an altitude of 3550 m on the northern end of Badjari Marg. It is an oval-shaped lake with a length of 1 km.

     

    Muradpur Sarai and Mosque - 1 km away from this sarai, on the banks of the Tawi River there are also several ruins of a mosque and an assembly hall. Muradpur Sarai is situated in Muradpur town at a distance of 7 km from Rajauri. It is a medieval Sarai with enclosure walls having bastions on each of its corners. These enclosure walls measure around 30 m on each side and are made of rubble limestone. The mosque also has residential cells measuring 6.30 m on each side.

     

    Kheora -They are seen besides a portion of an enclosed wall made of stones with lime surkhi mortar. Kheora is a village situated 1.5 km away from Rajauri on the Rajauri Darhal Link Road. This village is famous for the red wave shreds of the Kushan period. This is represented by deep bowls with razor edged rims and thin sides.

     

    Thannamandi Sarai - The first apartment of this sarai has 36 cells on each of its sides along with two rectangular dalans on its higher level. These cells open to the courtyard through arched alcoves. Each of its dalans has 3 chambers with 3 separate openings and its ceiling is wagon-vaulted. In the eastern corner of this sarai, there is a hammam with three large internally connected chambers.The Thannamandi Sarai is situated at a distance of 24 km north of Rajauri on the ancient Mughal Road, in Thannamandi. It is a major stop for people travelling to Kashmir Valley through the Rattan Shah Pir Pass. This sarai is mainly known for its ornamental carvings. It also has two enclosures out of which one is a cellular quadrangle and the other is a plain walled area called ‘Am Khas’.

     

    Nadpur Sarai - It also has two rows of machicolations and the way to enter it is through an imposing gateway present on its eastern and western sides. The facade of this gateway also contains alcoves at its bottom.Nadpur Sarai is situated 10 km away from Nowshera and was used as a halting point during the Mughal period. This sarai comprises a spacious rectangular courtyard and is surrounded by a walled enclosure containing a battlement-patterned set-up on its top.

     

    Mangladevi Fort - The area where it is built is an irregular plan with bastions present at equal distances. Most of its walls are 6 m high and have been strengthened through two rows of machicolations. The interior portion of the fort is quite uneven and full of vegetation. It also comprises a treasury building with a large tank, situated besides the modern temple of Mangla Mata. The Mangladevi Fort is situated in the Mangladevi village on the summit of a rocky hill, 18 km away from Nowshera town. This hill fort lies on the eastern side of the town and is one of its largest forts. The fort is famous for its strong fortification. On its three sides, it is surrounded by water and the remaining side has an arduous uphill.

     

    Naogazi Ziarat - Amongst several important pilgrimage points of Rajauri town, the Naogazi Ziarat gets a special mention. This site is situated near the Dhanidhar Fort and is popular for containing the grave of Qutab Shah Wali. The grave is 8 m long and is locally called as Naogazi, which suggests nine years.

     

    Usman Memorial - His memorial is maintained by the Infantry Unit of Jhangar. The heroic deeds of Usman along with the other civilians that died in the same war are commemorated here every year on the 3rd of July, which is also known as ‘Jhangar Day’. The Usman Memorial is a significant attraction of Rajauri town, situated at Jhangar. This memorial has been built in the honour of Brigadier Mohammed Usman, who was responsible for liberating the captured area of Jhangar. He died saving the place from a Pakistani attack in 1948.

     

    Ravi Walli Marg Group of Lakes - This marg is situated at an altitude of 3300 m above sea level and is one of the most popular camping sites in the region. Descending down to the west of Katori Sar Lake is the Ravi Walli Marg. This place is a combination of four lakes namely Kokar Sar, Neel Sar, Bhag Sar and Ding Sar.

     

    Katori Sar- It is formed by the pooling of water of melting snow, which becomes dry by the end of September. Katori Sar is a saucer shaped lake situated at the western end of Bela Marg. This lake is situated at an altitude of 3300 m above sea level and is one of the smallest lakes of the area.

     

    Lal Bauli- It is said that there is an underground connection between this spring and the Nandsagar Lake. Lal Bauli is situated at a distance of 20 km from the town of Rajauri, on the Rajauri-Thannamandi Road. This is a spring water lake comprising a vast variety of fish.

     

    Darhal Malkan - The area seems like a nature carved sports stadium. Near this valley also lies the Khanghah of Ganj Baba, which is one of the important religious attractions of Rajauri town. The perennially flowing transparent water in Darhal Tawi is also one of the attractions near this valley. Situated 25 km north-east of Rajauri town is the Darhal Malkan. This is a bowl shaped valley comprising gentle sloping mountains on all sides.

     

    Dehra ki Gali - The region experiences heavy snowfall. At the top of this hill, a one-room apartment has also been constructed under Project Beacon, which is a popular attraction in the area.Dehra ki Gali is an eco-tourism site located amidst wooden forests and mountain peaks of Rajauri District and is famous for its chain of high altitude lakes. This site is situated at an altitude of 6600 ft above sea level in the Pir Panjal Range.

     

    Dhanidhar Fort - The name of this fort is also significant with its high-elevation land portion. In ancient times, this fort was also used for defence purposes as well as to dump the grains that were collected as revenue from the farmers of the area. The Dhanidhar Fort of Rajauri was built in 1855 during the reign of Mian Hathu. It has been built using the ruins of the building of Jaral Rajas. Originally this fort was ruled by the Hindu kings of the Pal dynasty, before the advent of the Muslims. This fort was mainly built to keep the Dogra forces at a safe and strategic location and the fort solved the purpose, as whole of the surrounding valley was visible from here.

     

    Gurudwara Chatti Patshahi Bangla Sahib - The main congregation is organised at this gurudwara on Sundays. The birthday of Shri Hargobind Sahib Ji is one of the most significant days celebrated both by Hindus and Sikhs at this Gurudwara. This Gurudwara has been redesigned once in 1960, by an engineer named Sardar Tara Singh, to increase its accommodation space. Attached to this gurudwara is the Shri Hargobind Sahib Ji Institute of Education. Gurudwara Chatti Patshahi Bangla Sahib is one of the significant religious spots of Rajauri town. This is a 4-storey building comprising 15 rooms and a pathshala, with 8 rooms. This gurudwara is dedicated to the sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji. He is said to have stayed here for a small period during 1616, on his journey to meet Emperor Jahangir.

     

    Mangla Mata Temple - Tuesdays are the most auspicious days at this temple. Amongst the Tuesdays, the most important one is of ‘Chandi Paksh’, which comes near the day of full moon. The festival of Navaratri is also celebrated with great enthusiasm. Situated at 4 km from Jhangar, on the Nowshera-Jhangar Road is the shrine of Mangla Mata. This shrine was constructed in 1945, when Goddess Mangla decided to shift Mangla (PoK) to its present location. According to the local legend, this shrine was indicated by the Goddess herself in the dreams of different priests associated with the temple.

     

    Ziarat Sain Ganji Sahib - This shrine is dedicated to Sain Ganji Sahib, who was born in a Gujjar family at Fatehpur. He became a legend for devoting his life for the betterment of mankind. The most significant attraction of this shrine is the annual Urs, celebrated here every year in the first week of October. Ziarat Sain Ganji Sahib, also known as the shrine of Sain Ganji Sahib Qadri, is situated 10 km away from the town of Rajauri and overlooks the Darhal Nala of Jammu and Kash

     

    Dera Baba Beeram Shah - An important function is organised at this shrine every year on the Sunday before Baisakhi. A fair is organised at the place on this occasion and it is attended by a large number of Hindu and Sikh devotees. The shrine of Baba Beeram Shah is situated at Jhangar and is a significant religious spot of Rajauri town. This shrine is dedicated to Baba Beeram Shah Ji Dutt, who was a follower of the 6th Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji.The establishment of this shrine is associated with a legend of the 17th century. According to this legend, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji sent many saints from Punjab to the foothills of Jammu to spread Sikhism.

     

    Baba Sakhi Sultan - Baba Sakhi Sultan is a significant religious spot of Rajauri town and is situated in its heart. This shrine is flocked by a large number of Hindu and Sikh devotees who come here to pay their respect to Baba Sakhi Sultan.

     

    Pir Panjal - At the end of the Pir Panjal journey, there is also an opportunity to see the Noori Chanb Waterfall. On the return journey, there lies a garland of seven lakes and meadows namely Neel Sar, Sukh Sar, Kal Dachhni, Katoria Sar, Nandan Sar and Gum Sar.Most of the bigger lakes in this area are located at the boundary line near Jammu division and drain into the Kashmir Valley. The most popular lakes present here include Sukh Sar, Nandan Sar, Akal Dakshni, Chamar Sar, Bhag Sar, Padyaran Sar I and II, Samot Sar,

     

    Sukh Sar - Sukh Sar is the very first lake when the Pir Panjal chain of lakes is approached from the northern direction. This is a small oval-shaped lake situated at an altitude of 3000 m above sea level.

     

    Akal Darshini - This lake has a triangular shape and the colour of its water appears black in comparison to the blue water of other lakes. It lies at an altitude of 3300 m above sea level and is 200 m wide and 400 m long. The Akal Darshini Lake is the lake next to Sukh Sar, situated 1 km away from it. This is a religious lake and is mainly worshipped by Bakerwalas that pass through this route.

     

    Nandar Sar - The way to reach this lake starts from the slope of Akal Darshni and descends towards the watershed of Kashmir. Nandan Sar is one of the biggest lakes of Rajauri. It is oval in shape and more than 1 km in length. It lies at an elevation of 3500 m above sea level and its water is deep blue in colour. Its water flows from the Jadi Marg Nullah into the Kashmir Valley.

     

    Chandan Sar - It lies at an elevation of 3600 m above sea level and is of the same size as Nandan Sar.Chandan Sar can be accessed after a half an hour trek from Nandan Sar. This lake is formed out of a depression made by the mountains across the nullah to the east.

     

    Balidan Bhawan - The Indian Army managed to liberate the town on 13th April, 1948 on the occasion of Baisakhi. To honour the sacrifice of all these people, this memorial was constructed and given the name ‘Balidan Bhawan’, which implies a memorial of sacrifices. The Balidan Bhawan, also known as the War Memorial, is situated at the Gujjar Mandi Chowk in Rajauri Township. It is a memoir of the civilians that died in Rajauri during the war of 1947-48. This incident took place on the night of Diwali in 1947, when Pakistani marauders captured this part of town taking advantage of the absence of the Indian Army.

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