SUBLIME JAMMU & KASHMIR
The valley of Kashmir is visited by millions annually by pilgrims who trek up to the heights of Trikuta Mountains to pay their homage to the goddesses Mahalakshmi, Mahakali & Mahasaraswati in the caves of Vaishno Devi. The summer capital of Jammu & Kashmir is Srinagar, famous for its Dal Lake & colorful boats known as shikaras that tours you through the waters of the lake. The Mughal Gardens and wooden mosques are prime attractions too. The territories of Jammu & Kashmir are located in the northernmost part of India, bordering the nations like China, Pakistan & Afghanistan.
History of JAMMU & KASHMIR
The state became a part of India in the year 1948, under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. The territory of Jammu & Kashmir under the governance of India is divided into three parts, namely Jammu, Kashmir & Leh-Ladakh. You will encounter scenic stops throughout, with cold deserts, green hills and glittering lakes sitting beneath the multiple Himalayan folds. It is perhaps one of the most exquisitely cold regions in India; owing to it close proximity to the Himalayas.
Most popular pilgrim destination in the Trikuta mountains for religious enthusiasts all over India.
Home to the grand Mughal Gardens, wooden mosques & the glittering Dal Lake where the colorful shikaras float by.
Famous for the 10,000 feet high Gondola cable ride that offers panoramic views of the ethereal Kashmiri beauty.
Open to tourists who can tour the farms and pick their own freshly grown strawberries.
Famous for trout fishing with the help of Pepsi bottles.
Named after the Bollywood blockbuster that was shot here due to its stunning mountain-laden backdrop.
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