Thursday, October 6, 2022

Historical and Cultural Heritage of Jammu and Kashmir, History, Photos, Tourisim in Jammu and Kashmir

Historical and Cultural Heritage of Jammu and Kashmir, History, Photos, Latest News:

(Jammu and Kashmir history)

 Thus, the state of Jammu and Kashmir is a multi-religious and multi-ethnic state, each of which has its own example in the beauty of not only historical but also ancient cultural heritage, including a few from Azad Kashmir.

Fort Ramkot

 The picture under consideration is of the Mirpur district of Azad Kashmir, a divided part of Jammu province where an ancient fort is built on the banks of river Jhelum which is known as Fort Ramkot. According to Pandit Kalhan’s book Raj Tragni, it was built by Maharaja Lalita Datta in 640 AD. According to various historians, the fort was built by the Ghakhar family in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Due to a lack of government attention, the fort is now in ruins. The fort, which was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1836, now looks like a ruin. Instead of saving these historic buildings from extinction, they deliberately built them themselves. 

Red Fort Muzaffarabad 

 Red Fort is located in the center plate of Red Fort It is known that this fort was built by the Czech rulers of the Sultanate of Kashmir. The Czech rulers of the Sultanate of Kashmir decided to build the fort in view of the dangers posed to the city by the Mughals and other defensive matters. Later, the Mughal rulers who occupied the place did not pay any attention to it. Finally, the construction of the fort was completed in 1646 during the reigns of Sultan Muzaffar Khan of Bamba Raja dynasty and the founder of Muzaffarabad city. 
  Bricks and lime have been used. In 1846, Maharaja Gulab Singh of the Dogra era started the construction and expansion of the fort in view of the defense and political situation, and this work was completed during the reign of Maharaja Ranbir Singh. Used the fort till 1926 after which the fort was turned into a cantonment. In the middle of 1947, the Dogra army left the fort unoccupied, and thus the destruction of the fort began. No one paid attention to the protection of the fort. Di and most of the antiquities in the fort were stolen. Now in a room adjacent to the fort, there are a few broken pieces Nothing but Aryans and a big kangri. Much of the fort was completely destroyed in the horrific earthquake of October 2005. Goddess of Knowledge Sharda Gautam After Buddhism, Buddhism flourished in Kashmir during the reign of Ashoka, followed by Prince Kanishka I of the Kishan dynasty of Nepal.
  This position of the Buddhist University of Qaim between 25 and 60 AD is very important for both Hinduism and Buddhism. At the end of the eleventh century, Buddhism fell and Shaivism flourished. After that, the Muslim era begins. Due to the absence of this place is now being destroyed. Apart from the shelling of the occupiers, antiquities have been stolen from here. The exteriors have also been damaged due to severe weather conditions. In addition to the above historical buildings. There are more than a hundred historical sites which were built in different eras besides non-Muslims in the era of sultans whose decoration was the most in the Dogra era but after that, this historical heritage was defeated. 
 Among the deeds, he did after forty-seven were bribery, corruption, nepotism, and only for his own pleasure from forests, minerals, water, historic buildings, and graves. Stealing statues and antiquities and selling them because we are not able to handle anything that is far from being made. People who can earn billions of dollars in foreign exchange from tourism alone thanks to this ancient historical heritage are our flour. If it is closed, we will starve to death.

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