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Chandanwari (2,895 m), 16 kms from Pahalgam, is the starting point of Shri Amarnath Yatra that takes place every year in the month of Sawan (July to August).
The road from Pahalgam to Chandanwari is on fairly flat terrain and can be undertaken by car.
Pahalgam has within it no fewer than eight tiny villages, one of which is Mamal.
There is a Shiva temple here, generally considered to be Kashmir's oldest existing temple, dating to the 5 Pahalgam is also associated with the annual Shri Amarnath Yatra.
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Around Pahalgam are many places of interest, and because the resort is set between fairly steep hills, it is worth hiring a pony rather than walking. The most beautiful of these is the huge, undulating meadow of Baisaran, surrounded by thickly wooded forests of pine.
For information on the annual pilgrimage of Shri Amarnath Yatra, kindly refer to the Shri Amarnathji Yatra Link, which contains detailed information on the registration requirements for intending Yatris, the facilities provided and arrangements made by the administration, the routes of yatra, "do's and don'ts", background of the Yatra etc.
The holy cave of Amaranth is located at 145km east of Srinagar in Kashmir at the height of approximately 4,000 meters. Devoted to Lord Shiva, the temple has three ice formations.
One myth says that once Buta Malik (a Muslim shepherd) met a saint on his way to home who handed him a bag full of coal.
The journey is both neither easy nor comfortable therefore people who are physically unfit and children are advised not to undertake the trek.
This state is known for its many picturesque locations and landmarks, and travelling to Jammu and Kashmir.
It is believed that he came to visit Himalayas in those days and was the first person blessed to have darshans the holy cave.
Since then Amarnath became the abode of Shiva and a central place of pilgrimage.
Pilgrims are advised to keep woolens handy as the temperature fall to -5 degrees sometimes.