The Shankaracharya Temple is also referred to as the Jyesteshwara temple or Pas-Pahar by way of Buddhists. It is on top of the Shankaracharya Hill on the Zabarwan Mountain in Srinagar, Kashmir, India. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is at a peak of 1,000 toes above the apparent and overlooks the city of Srinagar. The temple dates to 200 BC, even though the prevailing structure probably dates to the ninth century AD. It was visited by way of Adi Shankara and has ever due to the fact that been associated with him; this is how the temple were given the name Shankaracharya.
It is also regarded as sacred by using Buddhists. Some historians document that the temple was absolutely a Buddhist temple for the duration of the Buddhist technology which became then modified into Hindu website online of worship via Adi Shankaracharya. Persians and Jews call it Bagh-i-sulaiman or the Garden of King Solomon. Persian inscriptions are also determined inside the temple. According to Pandit Anand Koul the temple became initially constructed by means of the Hindu king "Sandiman" who, in keeping with Koul, reigned in Kashmir from 2629 to 2564 BC. You can visit this place with your loved ones.