Anantnag is the second-largest city in Kashmir Valley. It consists of a number of tourist places, including Verinag, Achabal, Kokernag, Daksum, Pahalgam, Dandipora, Chatabal, Martand, and Sinthan top. Of these places, Pahalgam and Kokernag are just 50 km from Anantnag town.
Aru Valley

Aru is a tourist spot in the Anantnag District of Jammu & Kashmir, India. It is located around 12 km from Pahalgam, 11 km upstream from the Lidder River.
Jhelum River

The Jhelum River, Vitasta, is a river of northwestern India and northern and eastern Pakistan. It is the westernmost of the five rivers of Punjab and passes through Srinagar District.
Amarnath Ji Cave

Amarnath cave is a Hindu shrine located in Jammu and Kashmir, India. The cave is situated at an altitude of 3,888 m, about 141 km from Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir and reached through Pahalgam town.
Aishmuqam Shrine

Aishmuqam Shrine is the famous disciple of Kashmir's renowned Saint Sheikh Noor-ud-din is to be resting in peace here. Sheikh Zain-ud-din is said to have offered his entire life to the Almighty.
Kherbawani Asthapan

Kherbawani Asthapan Temple is located adjacent to the mosque of Hazrat Dawood Khaki in the Mohala Khaki Shaibaban area of Anantnag. The temple is devoted to the Kherbawani spring, which originates from the complex itself.
Kishtwar National Park

Kishtwar National Park is a national park located in the Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is bounded to the north by the Rinnay river, south by the Kibar Nala catchment, east by the main divide of Great Himalaya, and west by the Marwa river.
Martand Sun Temple

Martand Sun Temple is a Kashmiri Hindu temple dedicated to Surya and built during the 8th century CE. Martand is another Sanskrit name for the Hindu Sun-god.
Lal Chowk

Lal Chowk is a city square in Srinagar in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. Lal Chowk was named so by Left-wing activists inspired by the Russian Revolution as they fought Maharaja Hari Singh.
Uma Devi of Uma Nagri

Uma Devi Temple is also known as Brariangan. The presiding deity of the temple is Uma Bhagavati, Goddess Parvati. The temple was constructed by Swami Syam Anand Ji. The shrine comprises 5 springs which make the form of the divine 'Omkara'.
Best Time To Visit Anantnag

Summers are the best time to visit Anantnag as the temperature of the valley remains in the comfort zone and ambiance gives energetic enthusiasm to explore the city of Anantnag quite easily. During this season, the environment is calm and pleasant and rays of sun fall on the top of the snow-clad mountains to give splendid views for visitors. Summers reflect the temperature between 8° C to 22 °C in Anantnag which starts from March basically and continues till August. From September, the season of autumn begins and this is also an immaculate time for visiting Anantnag. From September to November, nights are comparatively colder than day temperature so it is better to take a good amount of bedding and woolens during this phase of time. In winter, there is a drastic fall in temperature which falls below the freezing point and the temperatures are between ­5 and ­10° C, hence it is somewhat difficult to explore Anantnag entirely.

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