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Tourist Attractions in Srinagar

Srinagar is also known as the ‘Venice of the East’. Every inch of the landscape has unmatched beauty which is not to be missed. Tourists should surely enjoy the Shikara ride in Dal Lake. Other lakes to visit are Nigeen Lake and Wular Lake-the largest fresh water lake in India.



The Mughal Gardens in Srinagar are just near the Dal Lake. There are gardens, namely Chesmashahi, Nishat and Shalimar which have cascading fountains, bright and blooming flowerbeds, manicured lawns and a panoramic view of the lake. These gardens have been featured in many Hindi films.



Hazratbal Mosque, Ziarati Hazrati Youza Asouph, Shankaracharya Mandir, Pari Mahal and Nehru Garden are some of the other attractions. Adventure lovers can also enjoy paragliding and trekking in this region.


    Shankaracharya Temple Jammu Kashmir A beautiful Shiva temple situated on a picturesque location on the Gopadari Hill on the South East of Srinagar. ...

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    Nagin Lake of Kashmir is an offshoot leading from the Dal Lake. The Nagin Lake is located to the east of the city, at the foothill of the mountain Zab...

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    Terraced gardens, floral beds, fascinating fountains distinguish the parks and gardens of Kashmir from other places. Considered to be a paradise on ea...

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    Built during the reign of Akbar, this Mughal fort lies to the west of the Dal Lake and based on top of the Sharika Hill. It consists of a type of basa...

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    The Hazratbal Mosque an important Islamic shrine that is located in the village of Hazratbal that is located on the banks of the Dal Lake. During your...

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    This beautiful mosque is across the Dal from Shalimar. It ia made up of white marble in the shape of dome and a miniature. It is the repository of a s...

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    Wular Lake lies at a distance of 60 kilometers from Srinagar, Kashmir. This lake draws water from the northern river, Jhelum. This lake is the largest...

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    Uttaranchal Amarnath Temple Jammu Kashmir Situated in a narrow gorge at the farther end of Lidder Valley, Amarnath stands at 3,888 m. and is 46 Km. Fr...

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    The tomb of King Zain-ul-Abidin is back on the east bank between the Zaina Kadal and Ali Kadal bridges. The tomb shows a clear Persian influence in it...

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    Overa-Aru Biosphere Reserve Location: 76-km Southeast Of Srinagar, Kashmir Region, J&K Coverage Area: 32-sq-kms Main Attraction: Musk Deer, Brown...

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    THE PRIDE OF KASHMIR VALLEY Srinagar is the summer capital of the state of Jammu and Kashmir and is the pride of the beautiful valley of Kashmir. S...

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    Type: Multi Purpose Year of Establishment: 1898 Holidays: Monday and other Gazetted Holidays Visiting Hours: Summer: 10:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.;...

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    Dal Lake is situated in the center of all attractions in Srinagar stretching around 18 sq. Kms that makes it the second largest lake in the state. The...

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    The Jama Masjid is a revered mosque, located in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. The main pilgrim destination for Muslims in Srinagar, Jama Masjid is loca...

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    Terraced gardens, floral beds, fascinating fountains distinguish the parks and gardens of Kashmir from other places. The Mughal Gardens in Kashmir is ...

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    The Khir Bhawani Temple in Srinagar is one of the important places of worship in Kashmir. The Khir Bhawani Temple is associated with Ragnya Devi and l...

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    The Khanqah-e-Molla or Shah-e-Hamdan is one of the oldest Muslim shrines located on the banks of the river Jhelum in Srinagar city. An important relig...

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    Kashmir is truly described as the paradise on earth and the makers of this paradise on earth were none other than the Mughals. The exquisite creation ...

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