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At around 1100 feet, Shankaracharya hill looms over the Srinagar city. Ancient name of the hill is Gopadri. More than 2000 year old shiv temple atop the hill is dedicated to a form of Shiva known as Jyesthesvar. Kashmiri Muslims call it "Takht-i-Sulaiman or the "Throne of Solomon". The tower is dedicated to television and is known a 'TV-Tower' and not Sulaiman or Solomon. The green minaret top belongs to a local mosque. Looking at the hill, the word 'valley' finds true meaning.
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