Best Religious Places to Visit in Yousmarg
Sheikh Noor-ud-Din is famous in the valley for his broad promotion of Rishism. As the benefactor saint of Kashmiri Muslims, he is affectionately known as Alamdar-e-Kashmir. Nonviolence, vegetarianism, tolerance, and communal peace were among his teachings. He disseminated his ideas through a number of intellectual books written in poetry, prose, and verse.
When he died, legend has it that over 9 lakh worshippers gathered to pay their condolences. Both Muslims and Hindus regard the shrine, which shelters his mortal remains and relics, as having enormous religious value. On the day of his death-anniversary large number of devotees come to pay their respects.
Syed Balkhi, an Afghan immigrant to Kashmir, became the patron saint of Kashmiris. Thousands of devotees flock to the temple during the Urs (death anniversary of the saint) festival, despite the fact that it is visited all year (death anniversary of the saint).