A. Krishna Temple
B. Panj Tirath
C. Laxmi Nairan
D. Nar Singh Mandir
Submitted by: Aaqib Zeeshan ALi Dedar
Pakistan has declared over 1,000 years old Hindu temple at the historical Panj Tirath site in Peshawar as national heritage. Provincial Government Directorate Archeiology and Museums has issued a notification to declare the Panj Tirath site as national heritage. Panj Tirath is an over 1,000 years old archaeological site and is situated at Hashtnagri. The archaeological site got the Panj Tirath name from the five pools of water there. It has two temples and a spacious lawn with Peepal and other trees. Panj Tirath has been mentioned in Hindus religious book “Hindu Mythology.” A writer, Lord Hinger, mentioned that five Pando brothers started living in this place which later came to be known as Panj Tirath. The historical site and temples are located inside the Chacha Younus Family Park and has been in dire need of rehabilitation.