Located in Baramulla district in Rambodh Village, the shrine is highly respected and revered by both Muslims and Hindus. Built in 1480 as a homage, Baba Reshi Shrine was dedicated to a famous saint called Baba Payam Ud Din/Baba Reshi. Baba Reshi was a famous muslim literary scholar during the rule of King Zain-ul-Abidin.

The shrine derives its influence from Persian architecture with its wooden craftsmanship to solidify the tomb. Baba Reshi constructed a fireplace in the village which is known to have fulfilled the wishes of the local villagers.