The tomb of
Kashmirs greatest king, Zain-ul-ab-u-din (also known
as Budshah) is near the fourth bridge, Zaina Kadal. Budshah,
who succeeded to the throne in 1417 A.D., was known for
his tolerance towards Hindus. His fifty-year rule is still
considered Kashmirs happiest period, for he patronized
the fine arts. Around his tomb the hurried graves of martyrs
have not stopped multiplying.