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Gurdwara Chatti Padshahi Naushera Rajouri

Naushera Road, Naushera, Jammu and Kashmir 185151

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About Gurdwara Chatti Padshahi Naushera Rajouri

This is a 400-year-old gurudwara in the Pakrdiya locality of the city. It is said that Guru Govind Singhji took rest here on the way to Nanakmatta. He established a gurudwara here on the name of the 6th guru Sri Har Govind ji and named it Chattvi Padshahi Gurudwara. In 1983, one of the famous social servants in area Sri Baba Faoj Singh reconstructed this beautiful shrine.


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Akhnoor Fort54.92km from Gurdwara Chatti Padshahi Naushera Rajouri

Akhnoor Fort is on the right bank of Chenab River (ancient name Asikni). Construction was started by Mian Tej Singh in 1762 CE and completed by his successor Raja Alum Singh in 1802. The fort has high fortification walls with bastions at regular intervals and is crowned with battlements. There are two-storeyed watch-towers at the corners, which are crowned by battlements and merlons. The fort has two parts which are bifurcated by a wall with a gate leading to the palace on the southern side.

Peer Ki Gali Mughal road58.67km from Gurdwara Chatti Padshahi Naushera Rajouri

Peer ki Galli is a mountain pass and a tourist destination, located in the Pir Panjal Range in Jammu and Kashmir. It connects the Kashmir Valley to the Rajouri and Poonch districts via the 'Mughal Road'. It is the highest point on the Mughal road at 3,490 m (11,450 ft) and lies to the south west of the Kashmir valley.

Keran67.75km from Gurdwara Chatti Padshahi Naushera Rajouri

Keran is a village and tourist resort in Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It is located 95 kilometers (59 mi) from Muzaffarabad on the bank of Neelam River at the altitude of 1,524 meters

Aharbal Waterfall74.41km from Gurdwara Chatti Padshahi Naushera Rajouri

Aharbal, also known as "Niagara Falls of Kashmir", is a hill station in the south-western part of Kashmir Valley in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, south of the state capital Srinagar (tehsil: Damhal Hanjipora, district: Kulgam). The place is quite peaceful and suitable for expeditions, trekking, photography, and fishing. Due to mesmerising look of meadows, pine and fir tree forests, the abutting snow clad mountains, the waterfall attracts many Indian and international tourists.

Amar Mahal Museum and Library74.48km from Gurdwara Chatti Padshahi Naushera Rajouri

Constructed by King Raja Amar of Dogra in 1890s, this museum was planned by a French architect and looks like a French chateau with Indian artisans. It was home to the royal family for many years. Made of red sand stone, the palace was turned into a museum with rich collections of paintings, books, inscriptions and sculptures. The Durbar hall of the museum is adorned with family portraits of rulers of Jammu and Kashmir along with magnificent Pahari paintings.

Shree Raghunath Ji Temple74.92km from Gurdwara Chatti Padshahi Naushera Rajouri

Raghunath Temple is a well-known holy shrine of the Hindus. Located in Jammu, Raghunath Mandir is one of the largest temple complexes of the Northern part of India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Rama, who is believed to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. In 1835, the construction of this temple was started by the founder of Jammu & Kashmir, Maharaja Gulab Singh. After the death of Gulab Singh, it was completed by his son, Maharaja Rambir Singh in 1860.

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The district of Pilibhit is the north-easternmost district of Rohilkhand division which is situated in the sub-Himalayan belt on the boundary of Nepal.