History of Pahalgam is quite interesting. In the early 1400s, the Pahalgam town is said to have been under enemy control by the "Mughal" Military General, "Mirza Muhammad Haider Dughlat". Still seeing as, it remained under the rule of Mughal kings and rulers as Sultan Said Khan of Kashgar, Emperor Humayun and finally, Sultan Ghiyas-ud-Din Zain-ul-Abidin. More about Pahalgam and History in Pahalgam is quite clear in the cuisine and handicrafts (embroidered shawls, colorful jackets, woolen clothes, lavish carpets) of the place.
In addition to Pahalgam History, it is extremely difficult to understand the starting point of Pahalgam. In the Medieval times, Head of state's Mughal ruled this Pahalgam, and later this was part of Kingdom of Kashmir, ruled by local Hindu leaders for a good 40 year. Even during British period, these large states remain free and then later joined into independent India after the freedom struggle that ended in 1947.
Beside all this History in Pahalgam, On 1 August 2000, a group of terrorists attacked accidentally at Pahalgam where Hindu Amarnath pilgrims were camping. This incident took place across the Lidder Nallah in Pahalgam town at Anantnag district, Kashmir, India. 27 people from which 23 Amarnath pilgrims, including at least two police person lost their lives and 50 injured on the spot. Lashkar-e-Taiba is responsible for fired at military targets in India.
Pahalgam History also includes, Pahalgam is a well-known tourist place in Jammu and Kashmir. Visitors who wish to visit Pahalgam, they can go Pahalgam by Train or by air as Pahalgam doesn't have any airport. Srinagar is nearest Airport from Pahalgam, and Jammu is the nearest Railway Station from Pahalgam. Pahalgam is not only famous for its natural beauty, climate and scenery, but it is the best site for camping. This place is as well famous for shooting many Bollywood movie scenes. History of Pahalgam make Pahalgam town much more famous for its natural beauty in all over the world.