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Baramulla, the administrative headquarters of Baramulla District, is a beautiful town situated 167 km from Jammu, in Jammu and Kashmir. It was a major religious center for the Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims in the past.

Baramulla was founded by Raja Bhimsina. Being considered as a gateway to the Kashmir Valley from Muzaffarabad, now in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, the town was a halting station for the Mughal rulers in the 16th century, while on a visit to Kashmir. References to this place are found in the records of Hieun Tsang and the British historian, Moorcraft.

Places of tourist interest include the tomb of Syed Janbaz Wali, Gurdwara 'Chatti Padshahi', Zeyarat Baba Reshi, Mahalishamarg and the archeological site of Pattan Bazaar.

Nearest airport is at Srinagar (72 km).

Updated on 15th April, 2019
District: Baramulla
Location: Baramulla    

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