Mughal used It as a resting place when they travel to Kashmir through Pulwama. The history of Pulwama can be traced from the Mughal era. The Buddha “the world’s best scholar once said that” Pulwama will witness destruction for a while in the future but will prosper at the rate of fire.
Pulwama is a notified area council in Pulwama district. Its Located 25 km Away from the summer capital of Srinagar.
Aharbal fall is located in the Aharbal hill station as part of the Kashmir valley. Aharbal Falls, where Veshu falls from a narrow pit of granite stones with a height of 25 meters and 7 meters. Due to the amount of flowing water, Aharbal Falls is also known as Niagara Falls of Kashmir. According to a report, the amount of water will be enough to generate 100 MW of hydroelectricity.
The terrace leading to the falls is fenced, but care must be taken not to slip.
Tarsar – Marsar Lake
The lake is separated from the other lakes by a mountain with a minimum peak height of 4,000 meters. both lakes are oligotrophic alpine lakes while Tarsar is an almond-shaped lake. both lakes are often referred to as twin sisters, Due to their proximity and similar physical characteristics. The site has been a popular tourist destination for many years. The Tarsar-Marsar trek is one of the most preferred treks in the Kashmir Valley. A stream flows from this lake, passing through the Dachigam valley.
It’s located 8 km from Aharbal Falls. Kongwattan is a grassland at an altitude of 8,400 k.m. which is unique and untouched by human intervention. Walking through thick forests from Kungwattan leads to Mahinag at 9,800 feet.
Avantiswami Temple was a Hindu temple which was located in Awantipora. There were two temples, one was Dedicated to Lord Shiva, and another one to Lord Vishnu. The temples were built on the banks of river Jhelum in the 9th century A.D. by king Avantivarman. These temples were destroyed by the earthquake. the site is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.