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Surreal Places in Srinagar that will make you Love Summer Eternally

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Really difficult to locate a destination on earth, which is as ornamented as the Kashmir valley with sumptuous green pastures, snow-topped mountains and vibrant shades of colourful flower beds, serene lakes and lofty and luxuriant chinar trees. Really a fabulous heaven on Earth, Srinagar is the gem in Kashmir’s pinnacle. It is an abode to the highly popular and starry-eyed Dal Lake, which conjures sites of serenity and floating in Shikara rides.


Let’s check out the charming tourist hotspots here and tick off the paradise for this summer holiday.

Dal Lake


Dal Lake, the “gem” of Srinagar, is one the most amazing lakes in India. Owing to its magnificent beauty, Dal Lake is the source of imagination and creation to many poets, writers and film directors.
The lake area is perfect for picnics and romantic retreat. Dal Lake is the second largest lake in India and is also famous for fishing, plant cropping and a dream come true Shikhara ride. If one can manage to spend a day in one of the houseboats- that will enhance the memory storage.

Pari Mahal


Pari Mahal is open from 9: 30 Am to 5: 30 Pm on all days of the week round the year and is considered as a school of astrology. The former Buddhist monastery is now a heritage-rich monument and splendid garden. This was primarily an orchard constructed by Dara Shiko, dedicated to Mulla Shah- his Sufi educator.

 Hazratbal Shrine


Hazratbal Mosque, nestled on the banks Dal Lake, is famous as it has an artefact link with Prophet Muhammad. The shrine has a hair of the prophet- embedded in it and this has made the place holy, blessed and immensely famous.

Mughal Garden


Mughal Gardens is raised to the eastern flank of Dal Lake and is placed in proximity to Srinagar city. It is additional to the extent to the Shalimar Bagh in the Kashmir Valley and is popular for its stepped patio, stunning fountains and flower plots. This garden is located near Shalimar Bagh, Chashma Shahi, Pari Mahal, Nishat Bagh and Naseem Bagh. The ideal time to relish the charm of this area and settings is in the months of the spring season.

Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden


One can watch and witness two million tulips spread over 20 acres of the Kashmiri valley at 5600 feet elevation, in the largest Tulip Garden of Asia, popularly known as the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden. Spreading all over the base of the lofty Zabarwan Mountain Range, and overseeing the stunning and the glorious Dal Lake in Srinagar, the tulip garden is one of a fascinating tourist hotspots of Kashmir.  It is only open for three weeks in March from 9 Am to 7 Pm – due to the seasonality of the flower, and the sight is awesome and mesmerising. The assorted colour shades will sweep the feet off and leave every tourist awestruck.