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1Discover The Land Of Countless Springs - Anantnag
Discover The Land Of Countless Springs - Anantnag

The name Anantnag is thought to be derived from the Sanskrit term for 'Land of Countless Springs'. Anantnag is an ancient city that came into existence as a market town around 5000 BCE making it one of the oldest urban human settlements in the world.

HolidayIQ Traveller Syeed Muneeb from Srinagar shares, “Nice and very best city of Kashmir. Its free from air, water and noise pollution. Many tourist places lies here. Very honourable persons were living here. I think everyone should come and enjoy the beauties of Anantnag. Every facility is available here. The best place of Anantnag is sheer bag.”

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Syeed Muneeb

Syeed Muneeb5.0/5

1 review

Overall, a good city

Nice and very best city of Kashmir. Itz free from air water and noise pollution. Many tourist places lies here. Very honorable persons living here. I think every one should come and enjoy the beauties of anantnag. Every facility is available here. The best place of anantnag is sheer bag.

Fishan Aijaz

Fishan Aijaz4.3/5

2 reviews

My Mind blowing Journey

One of my college friend is from Kashmir so he always invites us to visit & see the beauty of the city. Once we all planned and visited to us place for our vacations . We gone to Kashmir by road the road journey was awesome but the mont awesome part was after reaching there. We all enjoyed a lot by visiting many places in Kashmir and the best part of journey was when we went to gulmurg and watch snow it was the first time when I saw snow. I wont forget that exprnce ever . Its really the paradise on Earth. Those were the best 7 days which I spent in Kashmir that was the best journey of my life

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Anantnag Overview

The city of Anatnag is located in the state of Kashmir, in the Anatnag district. It is the commercial capital of the state and is one of the most developed regions of the Kashmir valley. This ancient city emerged as a market town in 5000 B.C. and is acknowledged as one of the earliest sites of urban human settlement.

The district of Anantnag is located in the south and southwestern part of the Kashmir valley. It is bounded by Srinagar in the north, Kargil district in the north-east and Pulwama in the north-west. The east and south-east part of the district is bounded by Doda and Kishtwar tehsil of the district of Doda.

In the south and south-west part of Anantnag lies the tehsil Gool Gulab Garh of Udhampur district, Ramban teshsil of Doda district and tehsil Budhal of Rajauri district. The entire southern region and a major area of the eastern sector of the Anantnag district are covered with mountains and forests.

The city is home to a number of shrines belonging both to the Hindus and to the Muslims. Some of the most popular shrines of Anantnag are Hazrat Baba Rashi, Shilagram Temple, Nila Nag, Goswami Gund Ashram and others. The city houses seven temple complexes, namely the Sita Temple, the Hanuman Temple, Shiva Temple and Ganesh Temple.

Anantnag features a number of sites of tourist interest like lakes, hot springs, shrines and temples. There are innumerable natural springs and two sulphur springs in Anantnag. Tourists mainly visit the springs of Nag Bal, Malik Nag and Salag Nag.

People also visit Anantnag to view the historical and religious sites like the shrine of Aishmuqam, Masjid Syed Shab, Amarnath Ji, Naghbal, Martand Temple and Kherbawani Asthapan.


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Anantnag, Jammu & Kashmir

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Sheikh mujeeb

Pahalgam the destination on earth
Anantnag, Jammu & Kashmir

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Forest orchards and terraced mustard fields
Martand Sun Temple, Anantnag

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Aasif Mohmmad

Martand Sun Temple, Anantnag
Martand Sun Temple, Anantnag

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Aasif Mohmmad

Martand Sun Temple, Anantnag

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