Manasbal Temple is an ancient shrine located on the Jhelum Valley, in Srinagar District
of Jammu and Kashmir
. It is partially submerged in the Manasbal Lake
during the greater part of the year.
This delightful temple is roofed like quadrangular prism. It has two pyramidal roofs. A molding at the corner between the ceiling and the top of a wall, and the horizontal band are adorned with series of dentils. The entrance of the temple faces towards the west.
The Shakful Canal and the ruins of a terraced Mughal Garden are the nearby attractions.
Manasbal Temple can be reached by traveling a distance of about 32 km from Srinagar via Shadipor, and about 27 km via Nasim-Ganderbal road.