Thursday, July 21, 2005


The waters of Achabal Nag flow in a powerful stream, at an altitude of 1667 meters. The spring’s waters come from the river Bringhi. The Mughal garden in front of the spring was laid out by a daughter of Shah Jahan in 1640 A.D.
The spring’s waters have been diverted into 3 channels, which flow over a three tiered terrace. A row of fountains mark the main channel, and on the uppermost terrace pavilions provide a place to picnic in accommodation is available at the Tourist Banglow.

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