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Jammu and Kashmir is a Union Territory of India famous for its natural beauty earning it an epithet of 'Paradise on Earth.' The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and another being of Ladakh has never failed to enthrall the visitors visiting the valley. Kashmir is famous for its constant natural beauty; almost incomparable when it comes to comparison with its counterparts and serves the best with its unique culture and friendliness of the people
Kashmir has an unbeatable and exciting charm in every season and is adorned by the weather it paints itself. Whichever of the seasons you are in the Valley - Summer, Winter, Autumn, or Spring, you are welcomed by each glance. Kashmir, in reality, is an unfailing beauty one can rely on at any time of the year.
The valley of Kashmir has many destinations to offer you to enjoy. From the famous Shikara ride in the world-famous Dal Lake, the eloquent Mughal Gardens like Nishat, Shalimar, Pari Mahal, Chesmashahi, and Harwan to the languishing tourist destinations like Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Sonamarg, Yusmarg, Wayil, Doodhpathri, and others - Kashmir is a complete package of beauty in itself.
The hospitality in Kashmir is inimitable. Its people are kind-hearted and sociable, something that keeps holding the visitors for long. The people of Kashmir are food lovers which make Kashmir enjoy delicious and unique food. Wazwan is an exclusive cuisine served on special occasions especially at weddings in Kashmir. It mostly includes Non-Vegetarian dishes like Roganjosh, Kabab, Rista, Goshtaba, Korma, Tabakmaz, Yakhni, and other mouthwatering dishes mainly eaten with rice.
The people of Kashmir speak Urdu and Kashmiri as their major languages. Kashmiri people are fond of wearing a traditional dress called Pheran which is especially worn in Winter. It is a long loose gown worn by both men and women in Kashmir. The forests of Kashmir are rich in the production of precious medicinal herbs. The flora and fauna in Kashmir are equally enchanting. Kashmir is the prominent Saffron producing region in the world. Kashmiri Saffron which grows in specific atmospheric conditions on the hills at Pampore, is the most expensive spice traded to the whole of the world and is a major economic resource of the valley.
The valley of Kashmir is also known in the world for its Art and Craft like Pashmina shawls, Woolen Carpets, Wood carved masterpieces, Copper utensils, Silver objects, Papier machie, Tusha Shawls, and much. Visitors from all over the world are keen to shop these articles and believe them to be worth buying. Pherans and Shawls with Tilla, Aari embroidery, Zari, and Sozni embroidery attract many buyers from different countries.
Kashmir believes in rich traditional and religious etiquettes. There are hundreds of multi-religious holy places to visit. Among them are famous Chrar-e-Sharief, Harzratbal shrine, Khanqah-e-Maula, Makhdoom sahib shrine, Dastgeer sahib, Jamia Masjid Srinagar, Chatti Padshahi Gurduwaras, Shankaracharya Temple, Sharika Devi Temple, Jamia Masjid, Hari Parbat Fort, Martand temple, Vaisho Devi, Raghunath Temple, Sant Rocha Singh Ashram, and many others. Kashmir, hence, welcomes visitors of every taste and always strives to serve them at its best