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Budshah Tomb (Badshah Tomb)

Budshah Tomb, also spelled as Badshah Tomb, is the final resting place of the mother of Sultan Zain-Ul-Abidin [1420 AD to 1470 AD]. Sultan Zain-Ul-Abidin was popularly and respectfully referred to as the ‘Badshah’ by his people, during his reign and lifetime in Kashmir, spanning over 50 years of the late 15th Century AD, famed to be one of the most peaceful and successful existence.

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Burzahama Ruins

The ancient Burzahama Ruins, also spelled as Burza Hama ruins, are situated in the northwestern end of Kashmir which is about 24 kms in distance from Shalimar Road in Srinagar and about 16 kms in distance from the Naseem Bagh Road in Srinagar and hence is easily accessible from different corners of the state and neighbouring cities.

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Hari Parbat Fort

Justifying the mystic charm and undeniable beauty that aptly personifies Jammu and Kashmir are its heritage sites as well, that signifies the existence of an ancient and formidable era of a bygone period. The panoramic rhapsody of Kashmir has lured aficionados in large numbers leaving them mesmerized by its picturesque gifts and panoramic vistas.