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Dream Honeymoon In Kashmir

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  Dream Honeymoon In Kashmir   As a lover of all things Kashmir, I can’t help but get excited whenever I hear the word “Honeymoon in Kashmir.”  Kashmir is special. It is so beautiful, so colorful and so peaceful. The sunsets are breathtakingly beautiful and the moonlight that shines on the Valley is truly a sight to behold. And when you travel to Kashmir for your honeymoon, it becomes more of a dream come true. While there are plenty of places where you can have a great time during your honeymoon, there are some places that will leave you with an unforgettable experience and kick start another chapter in your life together. For example, Gulmarg, Mughal Gardens, Dal Lake , Sonmarg, Pahalgam , The list goes on and on. Choosing the Best Destination   Everyone has their own preferences when it comes to visiting a destination. Some prefer the winsome beauty of the place and feel that the more you are immersed in its natural environment, the more you feel like you are living a life from a

Mansar Lake And Sheshnag Temple

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Mansar Lake  And Sheshnag Temple   Mansar Lake is a popular tourist attraction in Jammu and Kashmir . It is located 25 km away from Samba town, on the national highway NH-8. According to the records, the lake was formed about two thousand years ago. Mansar lake is classified as a lake by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR). Flooding in the lake occurs every year during monsoons but the lake has not flooded for more than twenty years. The present population of Mansar Lake is mainly Hindu. The locals believe that this place was once ruled by a legendary king named Manas, who brought prosperity to his kingdom through his generosity and kindness towards his subjects. He was famous for giving each of his subjects one wish which he granted immediately upon their request at any time during their lives, without fail. This legend makes Mansar Lake one of the prime tourist attractions in Jammu and Kashmir.   The holy water from these holy places has been used for rel

Dal Lake! Did You Know

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SRINAGAR DAL LAKE  What You Not Know Dal Lake is situated at an altitude of 5194 feet. The fresh turmeric water, the blue sky, and the perfect climate of Kashmir (with temperatures ranging between 24-32 degrees Celsius) make it a perfect place to enjoy nature’s beauty. You can also enjoy its pond full of fish during winters as well with its romantic view of snow-covered peaks. A unique thing in this picturesque location is that you can experience it by boat ride across Pir Panjal mountains located right at the edge of Dal Lake. Dal Lake's History Dal Lake (Dilnay) is a popular attraction in Srinagar. Located in Srinagar, this lake, with an attractive coastline and rich historical background, is a must-see spot for all visitors. The lake’s backwaters harbor a variety of aquatic life from the tropical and temperate zones. This lake is also known for its strong Mughal influence and history. The lake had been one of the most prominent tourist destinations in Kashmir for centuries; it

The Beauty of Wular Lake

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  The Beauty of Wular Lake: A blog post around the beauty of Wular Lake. Wular Lake is one of the largest freshwater lakes in Asia. The word, "Wular" means "lake" in the local language. In addition to being a major tourist attraction , it also has a number of important religious and cultural associations as well. Here are five amazing facts around Wular Lake that you may not have known about: 1) Wular Lake is considered to be one of the best examples of a lake with a high biodiversity index. 2) There are over 500 species of plants and animals that live here. 3) Wular Lake was created from an ancient glacial moraine by rising sea levels at the end of the last ice age. 4) The Hindus believe that Lord Vishnu had once come to this site and rested on its banks. 5)The Wular River is a tributary of the Jhelum River which flows through Srinagar city before.   Wular Lake is considered to be one of the best examples of a lake with a high biodiversity index. Biodiversity