This distinctively spired 1730s shrine was built without any nails, and both the frontage and interiors are covered in exuberantly painted paper mache reliefs and elaborately designed khatamband (faceted wood panelling).
The sprawling garden of almond trees located at the foothills of Koh-e-Maran exists since the 14th century. It opens to public in mid-March till the blossom lasts
A very small island in Dal Lake, built by Murad Baksh, a Mughal prince.
A Buddhist holy site famous for hosting Buddhist Council in the first and second centuries.
The old settlement of Srinagar city, home to Grand Mosque, Khanqah-e-Moula, shrine of Makhdoom Sahib and old bazaars.
A least explored meadow which is home to the Gujjar and Bakarwal community.
The oldest temple in the Kashmir Valley, dedicated to Shiva, is situated atop Shankaracharya Hill.
A half hour drive from our Guest House, and you will be in the lap of one of the world’s most gorgeous meadows and snow-capped mountain ranges.
The city of stones, known locally as Parihasapura was founded by the Kashmiri king Lalitaditya Muktapida in the 8th century.
A vantage point from which you can have a panoramic view of Srinagar.