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#4 of 29 Places To Visit in Srinagar
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Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001, India
entry fee
10
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timings
All days of the week except Friday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
visit duration
2 to 3 hours

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about chashm-e-shahi

Meaning Royal Spring, Cheshmashahi is one of the three Mughal Gardens in Srinagar.It was Shah Jahan’s governor Ali Mardan Khan who built the small but perfect Chashma Shahi Gardens on the slopes of the Zaberwan Hill in 1632.

The garden consists of a pavilion and three terraces. It is famous for the natural spring that flows from it. Its location, being at an elevated plane above the city, provides a panoramic view of the city. The state’s governor house is located nearby. The famous Pari Mahal, Tulip garden and the City Botanical Garden is also located near Cheshmashahi. The garden is at a distance of 9 kms from the Tourist Reception Centre.

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Badri Shanmugam
Badri Shanmugam
Very beautiful and scenic beauty...
Jun 25 2014
The most exotic variety of flowers one can ever think of can be seen in their full bloom at this place aptly named after the beautiful cold water stream running through out the gardens with a superb view of the zabarwan mountain ranges. A must visit ...... read more
Tahseen Yaseen
Tahseen Yaseen
PICTURE-PERFECT PLACE
Jun 25 2014
Chashm-e-shahi is the finest garden in Srinagar.The mountains in the background of this places make it picture-perfect.The fountains and water channel makes this place perfect for tourism.
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