Kashmir Temple Tour Packages

ECONOMY

Rs 29,999/-

PREMIUM

Rs 49,999/-

LUXURY

Rs 59,999/-

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Good to know things about Kashmir Temple

Dress Modestly

It is customary in Kashmir to dress modestly and conservatively when entering temples. Both men and women should avoid wearing anything too revealing or improper. This is a symbol of reverence for the temple's holiness.

Footwear and Head Covering

It is usual, as with many other Hindu temples, to remove your footwear before entering the temple grounds. Most temples have designated shoe-drop locations or racks.

Photography and Silence

Check to see if photography is permitted within the temple. Some temples may prohibit photography, particularly in the inner sanctums. Maintain a contemplative and peaceful demeanour inside the temple, as many guests come for worship and meditation.

Respect Local Traditions

Keep in consideration local norms and traditions. Take cues from other devotees and temple staff. If you have any questions regarding any of the rites or procedures, please ask. Respecting and observing local traditions enriches the spiritual experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which month is best for Kashmir?
The best time to visit Kashmir is from March to August. Tourists come to Kashmir valley to experience this ‘paradise on earth’ and all that it has to offer. Kashmir experiences two seasons throughout this time. Summer (early May to late August) and Spring (March to early May).
 
Which is oldest temple in Kashmir?

The Shankaragaurishvara Temple is a Hindu temple built in the ninth century by the Utpala dynasty. The temple is devoted to the Hindu god Shiva and is located in Pattan, Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district.

In which month Kashmir has snowfall?
December to March (-2°C to 12°C): The weather in Kashmir is finest in December, January, and March since the entire valley is blanketed with snow. During these months, the entire Kashmir region appears mesmerising, and it is also the perfect season to visit Kashmir for skiing and snowboarding.
 
Which is the famous temple in Kashmir?

Amarnath is a well-known religious site in India for Lord Shiva followers. It is 141 km from Srinagar and has an elevation of roughly 3,888 metres. You may get there by passing through Pahalgam. The temple is extremely important to Lord Shiva’s worshippers.

How many Hindu temples are in Kashmir?

In Kashmir, there are 1,842 Hindu places of devotion, including temples, shrines, holy springs, holy caverns, and holy trees. According to government estimates, 212 of the 952 temples are operational, while 740 are in disrepair.

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