The mausoleum of Baba Payamuddin (Pam Din) is a popular religious place near Gulmarg. Located in Baramullah district in Rambodh Village, the shrine is revered highly by Muslims and Hindus alike. Anointed by Baba Zainuddin Rishi (disciple of Saint Nooruddin), Baba Reshi moved to Rambodh and performed miracles, helped people and preached Islam.
A Daan (fire place) was constructed by the saint in the village, which is reckoned to fulfil the wishes of people. The shrine of Baba Reshi has become a popular place to visit in Gulmarg and is thronged by visitors throughout the year. It is also recognized as one of the top holy shrines of the valley of Kashmir.
Visiting Baba Reshi Shrine can take up to 30 minutes to 1 hour.
Muslim devotees would love to visit this sacred place. However, Baba Resh Shrine is open to all and family vacationers, groups, couples, and solo travellers can also visit it.
Yes, still photography and videography is allowed at Baba Reshi Shrine.
Food Stalls and washroom facility is available
Pets and footwears are not allowed on the premises of Baba Reshi Shrine
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If skiing, snowboarding or heli-skiing is on your mind, the best time to visit Apharwat will be winter season. In case, you just want to enjoy the Gulmarg Gondola ride to Apharwat, the ideal time would be between March and October.
The cable car ride or Gulmarg Gondola is the best way to reach Apharwat Peak. The second phase of the cable car project connects the peak to Kongdori Valley by a 12-minute ride.