Achabal locally known as Achhval is a town in Anantnag district, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India. Achabal is an essential traveler put around 7 kilometers from Anantnag. The place is prominent for an old spring encompassed by a garden terraced and created by the Mughals. The upper segment of the garden is called 'Sack e-Begum Abad' created by Malika Noor Jehan Begum in 1616 AD and famous as Sahib Abad in which there is a Hamam fortune of water getting heat from a coherent light Tosnag. Falls and wellsprings have been raised by Mughal Emperors.
A mosque remaining in the garden is accepted to have been developed by Mughal Prince Dara Shikwah. Achabal was at one time the joy withdraw of Empress Noor Jehan. A trout incubation facility is additionally found adjacent. Achabal is the site of a Mughal plant called Achabal Gardens. Achabal has been a piece of Kashmir kingdom amid the fifteenth century AD. Already it was under "Kashmiriyat" a "social and social awareness" of Kashmiri individuals was created. Mughal Emperors like Akbar, Mughal Emperor Jahangir, Sultan Said Khan of Kashgar, Sultan Ghiyas-ud-Din Zain-ul-Abidin, Mughal Empress Noor Jahan, Dara Shikoh and others have ruled this place.