Tourism in Bandipora

Dharul Uloom Rehimiyah

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The famous madrasa working on the pattern of Nizamiya University of Baghdad,namely Dar-ul-Uloom-Rahimiyah,is located in Bandipore which is the second largest madrasa in India after Dar-ul-uloom-Deoband.


Nishat Park

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Nishat garden Srinagar is the largest one of the Mughal gardens in Kashmir.Nishat garden Bandipora is built in accordance with the Nishat Garden Srinagar and is in the outskirts of main market Bandipora,It features Beautiful and various Flowers and Trees and provide with a quite and relax environment place for the tourists and people of Bandipora.


Wullar

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Wular Lake (also spelt Wullar) is a large fresh water lake in Bandipore district in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The lake basin was formed as a result of tectonic activity and is fed by the Jhelum River. The lake's size varies from 12 to 100 square miles (30 to 260 square kilometers), depending on the season.The lake is one of six Indian wetlands designated as a Ramsar site. However it faces environmental threats including the conversion of large parts of the lake's catchment areas into agriculture land, pollution from fertilizers and animal wastes, hunting of waterfowl and migratory birds and weed infestation in the lake itself.The Tulbul Project is a "navigation lock-cum-control structure" at the mouth of Wular Lake.


Chota Amarnath

chota amarnath

One of the sacred places of Hindus is Danishwar,locally also called as Chota Amarnath. It a cave in dense forests of Arin. Pilgrim have to crawl about 60 meters to reach a cave where there are engraved features of Lord Shiva. People used to go there on the Sharvan Purnima,the date on which Amar Nath Yatra is being performed.


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