What sickularism has done to kashmir?

It has destroyed few of the most beautiful and holiest temples and religious practices are no longer a part of them-

1. Shankaragaurishvara Temple, near Baramulla Image
2. Avantiswami Temple,Awantipora Image
3. Kausar Nag Temple, Kulgam. if you are mart enough you can guess what it has become now, Image
. Martand Sun temple, Ananatnag. Image
Those who give lectures on it, can they return our lost glory??

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Galileo Galilee was among the first to try to measure the speed of light in the early 17th century. Today we know that the exact speed of light is defined as 29,97,92,458 metres per second (approximately 186000 mi/s). Image
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Christianity and islam may be the largest religion of today’s world but Sanatan dharm has the largest religious monument in the world in the form of Angkor wat. It is situated in combodia and spread across over 400 acres / 1.6 km².
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