Hardu-Aboora

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Hardu-Aboora is a village in Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is situated on the banks of Ferozpora Nallah, at the foothills of the mountain range that runs parallel to the Srinagar-Gulmarg highway on its left side, some 15 km from the tehsil headquarters, Tangmarg, Baramulla and 28 km from the state capital, Srinagar and 10 km from railway station Mazhama.

Shrines of Sufi saints Syed Ahmad Rumi, Shah Fatahullah Qadiri, Saboor Khan sb and Rahim sb(ra) are located here. A branch of J&K Bank, a Govt high School and a private middle school namely, SARoomi' besides a branch Post Office. Hardu-Aboora is the center for many villages such as Kharpora and Tarahama. Hardu-Aboora has a primary health center.

Hardu Aboora is famous for its handicrafts and kulchas (salty biscuit).

People in this village are mostly dependent on business.

The literacy rate is increasing with time, it was 49% in 2008 which later increased to 73%. Hardu-Aboora is well connected to the rest of valley, bus services run from various renowned places such as summer capital, Srinagar, Baramulla and Tangmarg. Under MGNREGA the village has been modified but still some pulls are under construction which on completion will change the whole context of the village.