Srinagar is the summer capital and heart of Jammu and Kashmir. Lying on the banks of River Jhelum with deep and mesmerizing valleys cascaded in sky scraping mountains and evergreen beauty, Srinagar blends together the tints of nature, beauty, harmony and romance.This heaven on Earth leaves you absolutely mesmerised. Right from Chashm-E-Shahi to the exotic Shalimar garden, Srinagar offers bountiful of places to visit. Surrounded by mountains for the adventurous lot to lakes for photoholics to shopping markets for the spendthrifts, Srinagar does not disappoint anyone. The Dal lake in Srinagar is among the most beautiful and most popular lakes in India and a Shikara ride there would be an unforgettable experience. Srinagar is also an important religious destination with the Hazratbal Mosque which enshrines 'Moi-e-Muqaddas' (the sacred hair) of the prophet Mohammed. Srinagar is also important as a base location to reach to various other areas of Jammu & Kashmir including Ladakh region. The modern city of Srinagar was built upon the ruins of the capital cities of several kings, including Pravarasen, Lalitaditya, Jayapida and Avantivarman. Srinagar became the seat of government of the Dogras when Maharaja Gulab Singh became the ruler of Jammu & Kashmir.
Gulmarg is a town, a hill station, a popular skiing destination. The town is situated in the Pirpanjal range in the western Himalayas. Gulmarg literally means the meadow of flowers. Gulmarg is situated at an altitude of 2730 meters above sea level and has a gently sloping topography. Gulmarg attracts various tourists due to its natural beauty. Gulmarg offer world's highest Cable Car (optional) that reach upto 14000 ft. Originally named Gaurimarg ("the fair one") by shepherds in honor of the Hindu goddess Parvati, the resort was renamed Gulmarg (“meadow of flowers”) by Sultan Yusuf Shah of the Chak Dynasty who frequented visit the place with his queen Habba khatoon in the 16th century who was inspired by the sight of its grassy slopes emblazoned with wild flowers.. Mughal King Yousuf Shah Chak, Kashmir King Zain-ul-Abidin ruled the kingdom of Gulmarg. In the early 20th century, The Maharaja Palace was built by Maharaja Hari Singh, which has eventually become a tourist attraction.
Pahalgam is aptly named as the ‘Valley of Shepherds’ situated about 98 kms from the Vale of Kashmir and dressed with stunning lush meadows and gentle slopes that meanders across this town. Pahalgam is perched at a height of 2,130 meters above sea level and is considered as one of the most scenic places in Kashmir. It is ideally placed at the confluence the Lidder River and Sheshnag Lake that offer breathtaking views of the adjacent landscapes and valleys set against the calm water bodies. The gentle rolling meadows of Baisaran are lined with thick forests set against the Himalayan mountains while Hajan offers scenic picnic spots that are picture-perfect postcard settings around the splendid valleys of Kashmir.
Bestowed with the title of “Meadow of Gold”, Sonamarg is a mesmerizing place located at an altitude of 2800 m above the sea level in the heavenly state of Jammu and Kashmir. Being surrounded by the lakes and glaciers, the beauty is just ethereal. It is just 80 Kms from Srinagar and is en route to the beautiful city of Ladakh.
The city is a perfect destination for nature lovers and is an enchanting place to visit and spend some days with nature and tranquillity. For adventure seekers, the place is irrefutably a heaven with various adventurous activities such as mountaineering and trekking on offer. Sonamarg Travel Guide is full of references of the naturally blessed ambience and lush greenery. Zoji-La Pass, Thajiwas Glacier, Vishansar Lake, Nilagrad River and Gangabal are the famous tourist attractions of the city.
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