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Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, is a paradise on earth. The city is famous for its beautiful gardens, serene lakes, and scenic views of snow-capped mountains. Visitors can enjoy shikara rides on Dal Lake, explore the Mughal Gardens, and indulge in authentic Kashmiri cuisine. Srinagar is also a hub for handicrafts,

With local artisans producing exquisite carpets, shawls, and papier-mache items. Whether you're seeking adventure or relaxation, Srinagar is a must-visit destination in India.

Frequently Asked Questions


The best time to visit Srinagar is during the summer months, from April to October, when the weather is pleasant and the flowers are in full bloom. However, if you wish to experience the beauty of snow-covered landscapes, visit during winter (December to February).


Srinagar can be reached by air, road, and train. The city has its own international airport, Srinagar International Airport, which is well-connected to major Indian cities. Alternatively, you can also reach Srinagar by road via the national highway network or by train to Jammu Tawi railway station, followed by a scenic road journey.


Srinagar is known for its stunning natural beauty and historical landmarks. Must-visit tourist attractions include Dal Lake, Mughal Gardens (Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh, and Chashme Shahi), Shankaracharya Temple, Hazratbal Shrine, and Pari Mahal.


Yes, Srinagar is renowned for its vibrant markets. The famous markets include Lal Chowk, Residency Road, and Badshah Chowk. Here, you can shop for traditional Kashmiri handicrafts, Pashmina shawls, saffron, spices, and local artifacts.


Srinagar offers a delectable range of traditional Kashmiri cuisine. Some must-try dishes include Rogan Josh (a flavorful lamb curry), Kashmiri Pulao (a fragrant rice dish with nuts and saffron), Yakhni (a yogurt-based meat curry), and Kashmiri Kahwa (a traditional saffron-infused tea).

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