Jammu & Kashmir

Asia’s Largest Tulip Garden is in Full Bloom in Srinagar


Just days after Srinagar was pounded by heavy rain, a much-needed sight for sore eyes – 90 acres in full bloom in the city’s tulip garden, the largest in Asia.

The gardens are already attracting tourists, though they formally open for the public. (more…)


Dal Lake- Exploring Jammu & Kashmir



Known as the Jewel in the Crown of Kashmir and Srinagar’s Jewel, Dal Lake is the most important landmark of Srinagar. It figures high on tourist itineraries and every tourist to the Kashmir valley makes it a point to visit the water body.
Dal Lake is lined by gardens built in the Mughal era and many parks. Mughals, who were smitten by the beauty of Kashmir, laid extensive gardens to heighten its beauty. The best views of the lake can be seen from the Shalimar Garden and Nishat Garden that were built during the reign of Mughal Emperor, Jehangir. (more…)

Exciting Pahalgam- Exploring Jammu & Kashmir


Pahalgam is a town and a notified area committee in Anantnag district of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. It is a popular tourist destination, and every year, many tourists visit Pahalgam. This world famous hill station is 45 km. from the District Headquarters atAnantnag and located on the banks of Lidder River at an altitude of 7200 ft. from sea level. Pahalgam is one among the five tehsils of Anantnag district and tehsil headquarters are located in the main town of Pahalgam. (more…)

Amarnath Cave, Baltal- Exploring Jammu & Kashmir


A Hindu pilgrim worships in front of an ice stalagmite, which is representative of a Shiva Lingam, or the god Shiva. It is one of the most revered of Hindu shrines. Thousands of Hindu devotees, braving sub-zero temperatures, come to pay their respects at the cave.

The cave, enveloped by the rugged Himalayan mountains, itself is covered with snow most of the year except for a short period of time in summer when it is open for pilgrims. The stalagmite, or Shiva Linga, is formed due to freezing of water drops that fall from the roof of the cave on to the floor and grows up vertically from the cave floor. (more…)

Gulmarg- Exploring Jammu & Kashmir

Location: 56-km South West Of Srinagar, Kashmir Region, J&K
Main Attractions: Alpather Lake, Golf Courses & Skiing
Altitude: 2,730m
Best Time To Visit: In Summer – May To September
In Winter – November To February


Kashmir is one of India’s most beautiful and touristically popular regions and has been since the time of the great Moghul emperors. The valley of Gulmarg, a large meadow about 3-sq-kms in area, stands at 2,730 metres, 56-km south west of Srinagar . The name means ‘Meadow Of Flowers’ and in the spring it’s just that, a rolling meadow dotted with countless colourful Bluebells, Daisies, Forget Me Not’s and Buttercups. The valley itself is about 3-km long and up to a km wide. (more…)