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Sharda Temple
12-APR-2005

Sharda Temple


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Maharaj Razdan 17-Jul-2014 07:59
Thanks for the pictures. Have been trying to visit the place for a long time but Pakistan Government comes in the way.
SHAHID 07-Aug-2012 19:53
DEAR
I WENT TO SHARDA ON 4 JULY 2012 AND REALLY ENJOYED , I HAD HEARD A LOT ABOUT IT . IT IS OUR GLORIOUS PAST AND WE FEEL PRIDE FOR THAT . ALL MUSLIMS AND HINDUS HAVE AT LIBERTY FOR THEIR RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS . THE HUMANITY COMES FIRST . ALL RELIGENS TEACH THE SAME AND OUR ISLAM SPECIALLY .
ONE MUST GO TO SE THE PLACES LIKE THIS .
LET ME KNOW IF I CAN HELP FOR THE GUIDENCE
BYE
SHAHID
lathish 01-Jan-2012 22:56
thank you from heart
Bipin Thusoo 05-Feb-2011 10:10
I am the son of that land where the temples are situated at present. This is my fathers and mine grand's land. I want to see these temples once.
Swaran Singh 10-Mar-2009 16:50
Dear Sanjay,
Those times were different and that psychology was different. et us not blame each other. The world is changing and terrorism is being alieniated. Let us sow the seeds of tolerance and love for our future gens.
Sanjay Ganjoo 27-Jan-2009 06:30
Thanks Gharib for your contribution in enabling us to see the condition of Sharda temple. I can imagine how glorious this place might have been in the past. People on the other side of LoC should demonstrate their broad mindedness to restore the place and allow hindus of this side to cross over and visit this great historic temple. I would like to tell my other co surfers who share this blog that Dogras where not cruel at all. Had they been cruel than muslims would have been reduced to 11 families the way hindus were brutally killed and thrown out during the rule of phatans and other muslim rulers like Sikandar butshikan, Rinchen Shah, Jabar Khan to name a few. For present situation in J&k muslims in Kashmir are themselves to be blamed as they were prospering and living in peace till 1989. Their unjustified terrorist movement forced Indian Government to intervene. If good senses prevail on them and they stop this mayhem, I am sure they will still be able to reap the best fruits of the world.
Vinod Kaul 05-Sep-2008 05:57
Seeing pictures for first time about a place which I have heard since ages. It is great... I have no words to express my feelings
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