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Heaven on earth "Kashmir"

27 Apr 2019

history of Kashmir____ Lalitaditya Mukhyayid, the last emperor of the Hindu Empire, ruled Kashmir till 1339 AD. After this, it was ruled by Emperor Gas-ul-udin from 1420 to 1470. He knew the culture well. Overwhelmed by the beauty of Srinagar, the main city of Kashmir, Emperor Akbar built many beautiful Mughal gardens here and built mosques. The Mughal rule on Kashmir could not last long. Sikh king Maharaja Ranjit Singh overthrew the Mughals in 1839. From 1846, Dogra Shashco bought it from Maharaja Ranjit Singh under the Amritsar Treaty for 75 lakh rupees. After the partition of India, Jammu Kashmir became an integral part of India in 1947 as a state. According to the famous Sanskrit poet Kalhan, before the arrival of the Aryans in India, about 3000 years before Christ, there was a reign of kings in Kashmir. ____ History of Jammu Jammu, situated on the banks of river Tavi, is the main gate of the Kashmir Valley and the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir. It was built by King Jekulochan in the ninth century, so it was called Jammu in his name. Due to the numerous lakes, temples, ranges, historical buildings and natural scenery, it has become an attractive tourist destination. There are many famous temples here, so it is also called the "City of Temples". The best season to visit here is between September and March. ____ ____ Naturally Kashmir can be divided into three parts: ____ External hills and intermediate hills of Jammu region, ____ Kashmir Valley, ____ Far-middle mountain ranges that include the regions of Ladakh, Baltistan and Gilgit.

Heaven on Kashmir earth

Kashmir is called heaven on earth. If you really want to enjoy heaven on earth, go and visit Kashmir. Lakes, wagons, lush green forests, waterfalls, colorful flowers plants have beautified Kashmir amidst the snowy peaks of the Himalayas with a unique natural beauty. Here, the imagination of heaven comes true. ____ Most of Kashmir is located in the valleys of Chenav, Jhelum and Indus river. Only the water from the uninhabited and most unknown areas of the north and northeast of the Muztagh and Karakoram mountains flow towards Central Asia. About three quarters of the area lies only in the Indus river valley. Some part of west of Jammu falls in the valley of river Ravi. A little northern part of the flat plains of Punjab has moved into Jammu province. The Valley of Jhelum includes the Kashmir Valley, the nearby hills and narrow valleys between them and the adjacent part of the narrow valley of Baramulla-Kishanganga. The Indus river valley consists of Ladakh region, Baltistan, Astod and Gilgit areas including Zaskar and Rupshu. The Kashmir Valley is dominated by water. Wular is the largest lake of sweet water in India. Most of the fish in Kashmir are obtained from this lake. Dal Lake, full of clean water, is very beautiful for swimming and boating. Small floating letters have great importance in the business of growing vegetables. Kashmir is called Nandanvan due to its beauty. Walnut, almonds, pears, apples, saffron, and honey etc. are exported in abundance. Kashmir is famous for saffron agriculture.

____ Tourism of Jammu and Kashmir ____ Srinagar - Srinagar occupies a very important place in the tourist destinations of Jammu and Kashmir. Srinagar, situated in the middle of the Kashmir Valley, is one of the major tourist destinations in India. While Srinagar is famous for Dal Lake on the one hand, on the other hand it is particularly famous for various temples. Nestled between the clean lake and high mountains, the base of Srinagar's economy is tourism for a long time. Seven bridges are built on the river flow through the city. Shikaras are lying in various canals and waterways adjacent to it. Srinagar is famous for its temples and mosques. A hill adjacent to Srinagar, which is called Shankaracharya Hill, is the Shivalinga established by Adi Shankara. The hill has 2 miles of hard climbing. There is Shankaramath under the mountain, it is called Durganag Temple. The temple of Mahashree in Srinagar is near the fourth bridge and a temple on Hariparvat. The entire Kashmir is visible. The stone mosque in the city, the Nehru garden are worth visiting, and the Mughal garden is famous for its beauty. Motor buses go to all these places. While going to Pahalgaon by motor bus from Srinagar there is Anantnag in the middle. Martand Temple is on the mountain. ____ Dal Lake - Dal Lake is a famous lake in Srinagar, Kashmir. The main attraction of Dal Lake is the Shikara or houseboat. Tourists can enjoy the lake by staying in these houseboats. A tour of the islands like Nehru Park, Kanutur Khana, Charchinari etc. and Hazrat Bal can also be done in these hunts. Apart from this, shops are also set on hunting and various types of items can also be purchased by riding on hunting. The variety of vegetation enhances the beauty of the lake. The lotus flower, the water flowing in the water, adds to the beauty of the lake. Various types of recreational equipment such as kayaking (canoeing), canoeing (canoe), water surfing and angling (fishing) are provided here for the tourists.