BEAUTY OF KASHMIR
What make Kashmir the Heaven of the Earth....
Cultural heritage of Kashmir is as multi-dimensional as the variegated backdrop of its physical exuberance which has nursed and inspired it all along. Its sanctity and evergreen stature can be conveniently inferred from the chaste shimmering snow, with its virgin demeanor from top to toe, adorning the towering peaks of its mountainous periphery.
The religious practices of Hindus of Kashmir (popularly known as Kashmiri Pandits) revolve around the worship of Shiva and Shakti. All other deities (gods and goddesses) of the traditional Hindu pantheon are worshipped as various manifestations of Shiva and Shakti.
Festivals of Kashmir
Kashmir is known as the abode of Rishis because it has provided a calm and serene shelter tosages and savants for their penance. In the hoary past, it was inhabited by the Nagas as is vouchedby Nila in his Nilmat Purana and Kalhana in his Rajatarangini.These pious and compassionate Rishis did not neglect the nagas and rakshasas who were theoriginal tribesmen living in this land. They made arrangements to satisfy their needs acidrequirements from time to time. This gave rise to certain peculiar customs and festivals, notprevalent in any other part of the country.
Lakes & Mugal Gardens of Kashmir
Srinagar’s distinctive feature is the great body of water, the Dal Lake, which forms its focal point. The Dal has, within its area, two enormous sheet-like expanses of water-Lokut-dal and Bod-dal, the rest of its surface being broken up alternatively by man-made strips of land inhabited by whole colonies of people and vegetation.
Harmukh Chaitable Society (Reg)
345-A,VIPIN GARDEN,NEAR DWARKA MORE MERTO STATION, NEW DELHI-110059.
The foundation stone of HARMUKH BHAWAN was laid on 21st August 2004 by then the president Sh.M.L.Bhat. By sheer hard work and determination of community members particularly youngsters changed the challenge into opportunity and overcame the obstacles of every nature to complete the construction work of the temple. The construction work was completed in a record time of eight months with the help of all biradhri members who made outstanding contribution towards the construction work. The MOORTI ASTHAPNA of the temple cum cultural centre was held on 11th May 2005 followed by a HAWAN on 14th & 15th May 2005. Sathapana Divas of the temple is celebrated with fervor & gaiety every year as per the Hindu calendar. Devotees from all corners come to have Prasad/Naveed & have the blessings of the Master/Almighty.
Core Management Committee
Here is the team of Harmukh Charitable Society (Reg) for the welfare of Kashmiri Pandits
PH. NO : 9540485779
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SH B.L. THOTHA
PH.NO : 9540361630
SH S.L. ZUTSHI
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