Shankaracharya temple is a beautiful Shiva temple located at a size of 1100 feet on a picturesque location on the Gopadari Hill on the South East of Srinagar. Home to Shankaracharya when he frequented Srinagar, the temple was integrated 250 BC. Previously known as the Gopadri Temple, it was renamed by King Lalitaditya as Shankaracharya Temple in the 6th century.
Shankaracharya Temple is known not only for its religious significance but its spectacular record as well. Providing visible elegance, this temple is amongst one of the best Srinagar vacationer places to check out. The temple is also a portion of the Jammu & Kashmir tourism as it shows the rich culture of the state.
Kashmir is considered to be the seat of Shaivism, Himalayas and Mount Kailash as the “The massed fun of Shiva”, and it was from here that the sweet nectar of Shiva devotion spread in India and around the world, by the religious works of saints like Adi Shankaracharya. The summit of the hill is crowned with an attractive building.
The Shankaracharya temple is located in the Srinagar district on the hill known as Takht-e-Suleiman. It is at a size of 1100 ft. above the surface level of the main city on the peak of the hill. The Shankaracharya Mandir in Kashmir is devoted to Lord Shiva and is considered most well-known shrine for praise in the Kashmir area. Lots of travellers hunt for tourist places during their Shankaracharya Temple Tour.