Hari Parbat



Hari Parbat Hill lies on the west of Dal Lake in Srinagar, in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. The Hari Parbat Fort is one of the ancient forts of Jammu and Kashmir which originated in the times of Mughal emperors.
The premier fortification on the site was built by Akbar, the Mughal emperor in 1590. The outer wall was constructed by Akbar and the Hari Parbat Fort along with Hari Parbat Fort fort travel, Hari Parbat historical, Hari Parbat Fort tourism etc in 1590 A.D. which cost around one crore and ten lakhs rupees. This large amount was taken from the Royal Treasury. Besides this, there were Indian artisans who came up with their skills in masonry work. There was an inscription in Persian language at the Kathi Darwaza. His intention was to lay down the foundation of a new capital within the fort and named it Nagar Nagor. One can view the ruins of some terraces even today on the side of Pokhiri Bal. This fort was constructed by Azim Khan at the hilltop. But the project was never accomplished. The present fort was constructed in the year 1808 during the reign of Shuja Shah Durrani, and hence this fort is also called as Durrani fort sometimes.
In the proximity of outer wall, there is a Guru Dwara which has been commemorating the visit of Guru Hargobind Singh. There is an old wall and it stretches to 5-km and has 10 meters height having two gates, sangin darwaza and the Kathi. The Kathi is the major entrance with having Persian inscriptions all around it. The fort consists of a temple known for its image of the Sharika Goddess. There is Shrine of Guru Chatti Padshahi outside the southern gate of the fort and a shrine to the sixth Sikh guru as well. It is called as the Chatti Padshahi. The hill, which rises to 122 m from the floor of the valley, and is abounded by orchards of almond trees where people gather for picnics during months of summer and spring.
The temple goddess at Sharika Mata temple is an 18 handed deity. This goddess is represented as a swayambhu chakra, also called as mahashriyantra which is kept in many homes as a good luck charm. She also believed to be a form of goddess Durga.
Best Time to Visit: April to September 
Temple Timing:  6 am to 10 pm
How to Reach
Road Way: Hari Parbat is easy to access by roadways. There are several private bus service providers who run deluxe bus packages from nearby cities to Srinagar and are connected to Chandigarh and Jammu etc. 
Nearest Railway Station: Shridham Railway Station 
Nearest Airport: srinagar Airport


Jammu & Kashmir
Hari Parbat, Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, India
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18th century
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6 am to 10 pm

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