The Lalit Grand Palace Srinagar
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"If there is a paradise on earth, it is this, it is this, it is this."- Persian poet Jami, on Kashmir.
We convinced our friends Gautham and his mother, Mataji, from New Delhi, to join us in Kashmir for 4 days. Kashmir has had a ban on foreign visitors for many years, due to the …
... and viewing window on the left of the main door.
A police guard at the door asked where we were from and was quite surprised when we told him America. That’s unusual. "I haven’t seen and American here in 15 years", he said. Well, today was his lucky day!
The namesake for this mosque, Mir Syed Ali bin Shahab-ud-Din Hamadani (Persian: میر ...
... of seeing the Lapis Lazuli waters of Asia's highest brackish water lake shared by India and China. Little do a visitor expects to be blown away by the enthralling journey.
I know this highway too well to consult J & K Tourism but I will advise all new comers to check with tourism office the road condition and also weather stability.
Leh - Srinagar Highway:
The 434 Km long stretch of Leh – Srinagar Highway is the main overland approach ...
My journey to Kashmir would prove to be a tenuous one.
After forcing myself to leave the comfort of cool climates, a comfy bed, hot water and even a TV in Dharamsala. I set out early to get the seven hour bus to Jammu in Kashmirl. This was merely a transit stop and I subsequently hopped on a private mini bus that would take us up into the mountainous Kashmir capital of Sri****r.
The public bus would have taken 11 hours and didn't leave until ...
... and his sons that we were leaving and that we had transport waiting for us. Everything seemed to be okay so we went to catch some sleep. I did not get much sleep though, as I was trying to make sense of the situation in my head thinking about what had been said by whom and what their intentions were. Morning approached and the 5am prayer calling began, which we had almost gotten used to by now, although, always waking up when it began and staying awake while it lasted, which was from ...