Kashmir’s sacred architecture combines Hindu, Buddhist and Islamic influences

Kashmir’s sacred architecture

A recent exhibition in New Delhi by M.Saleem Beg former Director-General of J&K Tourism department and convenor of INTACH’s J&K chapter has tried to exhibit the less talked about amalgamation of culture through architecture of J&K. He also points out the unique features through the examples of Khanqah-i-Maulla (Great Khanqah) or Madin Sahab and the Srinagar Janna Masjid.

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