Payer Temple is situated 3 km from the district of Pulwama near Budgam. This temple got its name from the village Payer, where it is located. The local people also call it Payech Temple. It is believed that this whole temple is carved out of a single stone.
Avantishwar Temple is one of the most important monuments and religious sites situated in Jawbrari village of Pulwama district. This pilgrimage site is dedicated to Vishnu, the Hindu god of preservation and Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction. The temple was constructed during the 9th century by Raja Avantivarman, the first Utpala king, who also made this place his capital. At present, this temple lies in ruins.
Sandstone was used during the process of construction. This site was actually buried underground and was later excavated by the British in the 18th century. The British took some of the artefacts of the Avantishwar Temple during the excavation process. Tourists can find some other artefacts of this temple at Shri Pratap Singh Museum in Srinagar. Although the temple lies in ruins, travellers can still sight figures of gods and goddesses in different forms.
Asar Sharief Pinjoora is one of the most sacred and popular religious centres in the district of Pulwama. This shrine contains the remains of the Islamic guru, Prophet Muhammad, and on special occasions, these are shown to the public. Tourists visiting here can also enjoy the beautiful waterfalls present in the area.
Tarsar and Marsar are the two well-known lakes in Pulwana, which are located at a distance of around 3 km and 5 km, respectively, from Nagberan. The lakes are closely associated with Kashmir’s folk.
Shikargah is a beautiful tourist spot located around 3 km from Tral in Pulwama district. Maharaja Hari Singh, the last ruler of the state of Jammu & Kashmir, used to come here in order to experience wildlife.
Airpal Nagh is a natural water spring located around 11 km from the town of Tral in Pulwana district. The spring originates from the corner of a small hill, Wastoor-Wan. The water of this spring is used for drinking as well as irrigation.
Hurpora is an attractive spot situated at a distance of around 12 km from Shopian in the district of Pulwama. Located on the popular Mughal Road, the place is popular as a scenic point and tourists can reach here by car or a bus.
Nagberan is a beautiful spot located at a distance of about 2 km from the town of Tral in Pulwana district. This site acts as a perfect spot for travellers who want to spend time amidst peaceful surroundings.