The beauty of Kashmir

Plethora of magnificent beauty cradled in the lap of majestic Himalayan range, Kashmir is known as the Switzerland of Asia for a reason. Both geographically and climatically captivating, the scenic splendor of Kashmir attracts tourist not only in India but from over the world. The lingering cold breeze in the lush green valley and a warm cup of traditional kahwah tea imprints an everlasting impact in the minds of the visitors.

Gulmarg, a popular skiing destination remains covered with snow throughout the year, has the world’s second highest operating cable car ride at the height of 4390 ft. Gulmarg and Pahelgam are also the home to adventurous sports like white water Rafting in summers and skiing in winters which creates an adrenaline rush and thrill in venture seekers. Sonamarg, the land of gold surrounded by majestic glaciers and serene lakes casts subtle spells on the visitors.

“When I landed at Srinagar, I felt a sense of peace and ease. Nothing felt more soothing than letting your fingers glide through the chill waters of the Dal Lake, while chatting with family on a Shikara boat. The Dal Lake is surrounded by a variety of deciduous trees that promise a colourful show in their fall season. The weather in Kashmir is an experience of its own. The sun rose at five in the morning and set at nearly eight at night, giving its tourists enough time to enjoy the valley, the people and the cuisine.”

Kashmir has an intriguing cuisine that keeps taste buds wanting for more. you can indulged in some Kashmiri Wazwan. The Kashmiri kebabs, rista curry (a meatball curry), Kashmiri pulao and their famous roganjosh are a few dishes new visitors must try as a part of their gastronomic adventure.

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