Pari Mahal In Srinagar

This ancient monument was built by Dara Shikoh, son of Emperor Shah Jahan in the mid-1600s, in honour of his tutor. PariMahal literally means ‘Fairies’ Abode’ and this structure is actually a seven-terraced garden built over the remnants of a Buddhist monastery. In the past, this place was mainly used as an observatory and a location to learn astrology and astronomy.

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