Kashmir is by far the most beautiful, scenic and pristine place on earth, scarred by the disputes over its ownership. Despite this, the beautiful landscape of the Kashmir valley, serenity around Leh and iconic Dal lake and religious shrines in Jammu satiate every traveller’s soul.


  •  According to the history of Jammu & Kashmir, Maharaja Hari Singh was the last ruling Maharaja of the princely state.
  • Srinagar was founded by Emperor Ashoka and not the Mughal emperor Jahangir.
  • Kashmir’s cultural heritage flourished with the contribution of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam.
  • The syncretic culture of Kashmir is best encapsulated by the word Kashmiriyat, which described the cultural values of the Kashmiri people.
  • Shikara stays are a unique experience highly recommended and usually included in good Kashmir packages.
  • The Pir Panjal railway tunnel, or the Banihal railway tunnel, is India’s Longest Railway Tunnel. It is 11,215 km long, 8.4m wide and 7.39m tall. Banihal railway tunnel is India’s longest and Asia’s fourth longest railway tunnel.
  • The traditional Kashmiri dress, Pheran, the unique copper kettles called Samovar, the earthen fire pots wrapped in woven wicker called Kangiri, handcrafted walnut furniture and souvenirs, etc. are some uncommon things to check out.
  • The seasons in Jammu and Kashmir are spring, summer, autumn and winter.
  • Srinagar, in Kashmir Valley, has served as the summer capital, while Jammu has served as the winter capital.
  • The best destinations for Kashmir tourism are Srinagar, Gulmarg, Sonamarg and Pahalgam.


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