Sher Garhi Palace is a former palace in Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, India. The complex is placed inside the south of the Old City on the banks of the Jhelum river. It became the residence of the Afghan rulers and Dogra Maharajas of Jammu and Kashmir. The call Sher Garhi means 'tiger fortress'. Construction of a citadel and palace started out in 1772 beneath the Afghan governor Jawansher Khan. As location the governor selected the web page wherein the Lohara king Ananta built his royal palace in 1062-63. It is stated that stones for the development came from the "Pathar Masjid".
Under all Jawansher Khan's successors, each Afghan and Dogra and along with the modern Indian government, the palace remained the main electricity center in Kashmir. During the 19th century, the palace changed into accelerated numerous instances. Around 1900, the Jhelum river the front of the palace turned into reconstructed in neoclassical fashion with corinthian columns. The complicated became an awesome instance of blending English and Kashmir architecture. The buildings in the complicated are quadrangular in plan and constructed completely in stone with wooden doorways, ceilings and roofs.