Memoirs of the Archaeology of Kashmir
The bridle path from Kashmir to Wadwan starts from Achhabal, where the cart road from Srinagar terminates. A little above Sangas, a large prosperous village situated at a distance of about four miles from Achhabal, the road takes a short turn round the spur and enters the Kutahar valley. At this point, a few feet to the right side of the road, are four small round-headed niches carved on the face of a rock. Below the road on the left side is the Dathinag spring. It is held sacred to Siva and was formerly the scene of a popular pilgrimage on the Purnima (full moon night) of Sravana.
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