- Martand Sun Temple: Obscured By Neglect
- Built in the 8th century, the Martand Sun Temple should be a marvellous testament to the architectural achievements of Kashmir's ancient Karkota Dynasty. Instead it lies forgotten and in shambles 8km from Anantnag in south Kashmir. According to the ...
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- Sultãn Sikandar Butshikan of Kashmir (AD 1389–1413) is often considered the worst of these. Historians have recorded many of his atrocities. TheTarikh-i-Firishta records that Sikandar persecuted the Hindus and issued orders proscribing the residency of ...
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