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One of the oldest and most beautiful pieces of wooden architecture in the city [writes Shuja'at Bukhari] is the resting place of Mir Sayyid Ali Hamdani, popularly known as Shah-e-Hamdan (king of Hamdan). He is revered as a saint and was instrumental in the mass conversion of Hindus to Islam when he travelled to Kashmir from Central Asia in the 14th Century.
The gushing waters of the Jhelum damaged the woodwork on the ground floor, which has had a seeped into the shrine, a matter of some concern. Built by Pathan Governor Abdul Barkat Khan in early 1780 AD, the shrine is on Unesco's world heritage list.
Experts say that about 150 buildings were affected by the floods. Heritage expert Salim Beg says: "We have lost a lot. We may have secured most of it. But whatever we lost is a big loss."