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Places to visit in Kashmir

Places to visit in Kashmir, Srinagar sightseeing The paradise on earth, Kashmir, has almost everything that nature can offer. In her scenic lap, she nurtures beautiful landscapes, majestic mountains, green valleys, gushing streams, blooming gardens, and sparkling lakes. One Such breath-taking destination is Tosamaidan. An alpine meadow that has been under Army since 1964 and […]

Information about mountains and highest peaks in Jammu and Kashmir

The State of Jammu and Kashmir falls inside the fantastic north-western, complex of the Himalayan ranges with marked alleviation variant, snow-capped summits, antecedent drainage, complex geological structure and rich temperate vegetation and fauna. Kashmir or the Jhelum Valley is situated among the Pir Panjal range and the Zanskar range and has a place of 15220 […]

Trip to Ladakh

The Ladakh region, known as ‘Little Tibet’ and the ‘Land of high Passes’ is a large excessive altitude wilderness situated in a little visited corner of far northwest India. Nestled in the mountains between Tibet and Pakistan, this unassuming area is one of the ultimate preserved pockets of ancient Tibetan and Buddhist tradition. Ladakh has […]

Shallabugh wetland

Shallabugh wetland is 16 km northwest of Srinagar and spans across 150 ha. Some of the popular migratory birds visiting the Shallabugh reserve include Geese, Bar Geese, White Heeled Duck, Shoveller, Red-Crested Pochard, White-Eyed Pochard, Common Teal, Pintail, Mallard, Gadwall, Coot, Hoonk and Graylag.  Among these, Pintail, Common Teal, and Gadwall are the birds visiting this […]

Hokersar wetland kashmir

Where flora and fauna take turns to enchant you. The wetlands of Kashmir are blessed with unparalleled beauty, and are also home to wide range of plant and animal life. Migratory birds from Siberia and Central Asia use the wetlands in Kashmir as their transitory camps between September and October and once more around spring. […]

Kashmir valley historical background

Geologists believe that about 10 crore years have passed once Jammu and Kashmir valley that was once a lake called Satisar, The lake of goddess Sati, came into its present form. For hundreds of million years Jammu and Kashmir valley remained underneath Tethya sea and therefore the high sedimentary-rock hills seen in the valley now […]