Hidden Bridge - Only way to reach Dachhan
Maa Kali Temple at Dilgoot - perfect sight seeing place
Ram Mandir - Googat
Ram Mandir at Kaikoot Dachhan - Yatries performing Darshan
Hudh Mata Bhawan - Kaikoot
Yatries waiting for Tri-Sandhya stream
Brahm Sarovar - Brahma Peaks
Mesmerizing Beauty - on way to Brahma Peaks
Kishtwar district has the distinction of having a population of about 7000 Buddhists in the upper
The Jamia Masjid of Kishtwar is the oldest mosque in district Kishtwar. It has allready been said that a mosque had been constructed in Kishtwar before 1650 A.D. Masjid-e-Faridiya and Jamia Masjid Kishtwar follow. The Jamia masjid of Kishtwar was one of the biggest mosques in Jammu
With the arrival of the great Sofi Saint, Shah Farid-ud-Din of Baghdad along with his four
श्री हुद माता - त्रि संधीय The world famous Brahama Peaks, talking to sky and standing side by side in the nanth nala region of Dachhan, have a series of sites of pilgrimage under its lap. Beyond the last habitation namely Nanth Nala, 9kms away from village Panjdhara of
Ashtdashbhuja Mata (Eighteen armed goddess), an incarnation of Durga has been the chief deity of the Hindus of Kishtwar and its adjoining area from the ancient times. Shri paul, the first saint who settled in Kishtwar, had directed his disciples to worship Durga Mata in the form of Ashtadashbhuja. One of
Tatapani, translated from Hindi as "hot water," holy hot springs. Like most holy hot springs in India, they come with a story:Seven thousand years ago, during the times of the Mahabharata the elder brother of Krishna, Balram came to the valley in the form of a sadhu
Parna, a habitation situated in village Chingam of Chhatroo tehsil attracts thousands of pilgrims from Kishtwar and adjoining areas. A black idol of rare and preious stone of Balashdashbhuja Mata existed here.People of this area are sentimentally attached to this Idol of Ashtadashbhuja Mata in her child-hood form. Chingam is
जय कारा मचैला वाली दा !
बोल संचै दरबार की जय !!
Jai Mata Di Jai Mata Di Jai Mata Di
"The Himalayan pilgrimages are the oldest organized travel system,
There are large number of temples in Kishtwar district. But it is hard to describe all of these. I try to discuss some of these which are in main Kishtwar town and not outside this.
1. Shri Gori Shanker Mandir Sarkoot:- Gori Shanker temple is the most ancient temple of this