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Archaeological Remains in Kashmir / Koul, Pandit Anand
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Archaeological Remains in Kashmir
Koul, Pandit Anand
 
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  Book ID : 29484
  ISBN-10 : 81-86714-91-X / 818671491X
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-86714-91-1 / 9788186714911
  Place of Publication : Srinagar
  Year of Publication : 2005
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  123p., Figs., Tables, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:- Foreword; Introduction; Preface; Part I: Ancient Remains in Kashmir; Temple at Bandi; Temple at Bunyar; Linga at Sheri; Temple at Fatehpur; Narain Thal; Temple at Tapar; Temples at Pattan; Suna Lank; Ruins at Firozpur; Miniature Temple at Mansbal; Ruins at Paraspur; Ruins at andarkot; Garur; The Shrine of Kshirbhavani; The Shankaracharya Temple; Pravareshvara; Maha-shri; Shrines of Zayathsena and Vishaksena and Vishaksena Bhairava; Sadbhava-shri; Skanda-bhavana; Trebhavana-Svamin; Kshema-Gaurishvara; Didda-matha; Vikrameshvara; Amritabhavana; Raneshvara; Vishnu Ranasvamin; Tarapida Temple; Narpirastan; Ruins Near Amburher; Temples in the Sindh Valley; Ruins at Gupakar; Ruins at Gupta, Ganga; Temple at Pandrenthan; Stone-lined old Tank and Ruins at Zevan; Ruins of Temple at Khonmuh; Miniature Temple at Threw; Ruins at Pampur; Remains of a Temple at Shar; Temples at Ladu; Temple at Avantipura; Temple of Narastan; Temple at Payar; Miniature Temple at Kuil; Ruins at Bijbehara; Temple at Mamal, Liddar Valley; Temples and Caves at Bhumzu; Martanda; Spring and Ruins at Lokabhavana; Temple and Spring at Kuther; Part II: Mughal Gardens in Kashmir; Preface; Shalamar; Chaudri Bagh; The Nashat Bagh or the "Pleasure Garden"; Habbaq; Nasim Bagh; Haidarabad and Aliabad; Ilahi Bagh; Bagha Mulla Shah; Aishabad; Jahanara and Shahabad; Bahr-Ara; Gulshan, Zafarabad, Inayat Bagh and Ahsanabad; Jarogha Shahi; Dara Mahal; Bagha Dilawar Khan; Bagha Iradat Khan; Char Chinar; Pari Mahal; Bijbehara; Mattan; Aurangabad; Achhabal; Verinag; Other Mughal Gardens.
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The beautiful and luxuriant Valley of Kashmir, with its superb climate and sceneries of gorgeous splendour and with its measureless appeal, has always a ring of charm about it, which defies any but a fairy pen to describe. Verily a dram of loveliness it is-nay. "if there be an Elysium on earth, it is this, it is this," as goes a well-known Persian saying rendered into English by Thomas Moore in his Lalla Rookh. This Happy Valley is situated in the north of the Pir Panjal range of the Himalayas, by whose lofty and majestic mountains, shimmering with silvery snow, it is engirdled into an irregular oval shape-as if a picture set in a frame. It is about 84 miles long and 30 miles broad, and its area is about 4,500 square miles. In latitude it corresponds with Peshawar, Baghdad and Damascus in Asia; with Fez in Marocco in Africa; and with South Carolina in North America. Kashmir had many great and powerful rulers, whose sway, at one time, extended over the whole of India-even beyond Adam's Bridge in the extreme south. Ancient monuments of very great archaeological interest, which disclose the existence of a lost civilization, are, as stated above, numerous in Kashmir. The devotion of kings, the revenues of the kingdom and the skill of master-artists, combined to raise the magnificent and beautiful edifices. They were built to endure for all time. Their solidity of construction and their gigantic size strike one with wonder that man, puny man, could have built them. Kings have come and gone, and civilizations have bloomed and vanished since they were built. People go and pace around them and gaze on them with amazement and awe-amazement inspired by the stupendous might and skill of their builders, and awe excited by the ruins of these edifices which look as if weeping over the departed glory of their founders.
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