Mughal Palace Houseboats

Opp. Nunkun Restaurant, Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, 190001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Opp. Nunkun Restaurant, Kashmir.
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    Travel Blogs from Kashmir

    DAY 17: SRINAGAR TO PATNITOP

    A travel blog entry by davefrow on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... grand, but now is very much a case of faded grandeur. Sadly much of India seems to be a case of faded grandeur with very little maintenance or infrastructure development evident since the Brits left. The view is lovely with old cedar trees on the steep hills although we are just under the mist level. We have wifi for the first time for 4 days but still not any cell phone coverage as we are still in the Kashmir military ...

    Gurez Unexplored

    A travel blog entry by jibran.khan58 on Jun 21, 2014

    22 photos

    ... Moon in English) was Habba Khatoons earlier name. She was daughter of a peasant who got her married to an illiterate peasant boy (Habba) . Zoon was ill-treated by her mother-in-law and husband as she spent most of her time in poetry and singing. Dejected by her plight she approached "Peer" who changed her name as Habba Khatoon and presumed her as the queen of Kashmir. The emperor of Kashmir Yousuf Shah Chak (18th century) ...

    India with Chell - Alchi&Spituk Gompa,MagneticHill

    A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Jun 24, 2013

    39 photos

    ... first stop at around 8AM was Alchi Gompa (meaning monastery), which is about 70 Kms from Leh. Situated in Alchi village, it is a complex of temples, about thousand years old.

    Both the Buddhist and Hindu kings of those times, ensured that their beliefs are reflected in the wall paintings in the monastery, and these are also some of the oldest paintings in Ladakh. It also features a wall, featuring thousands of miniature sized Buddha pictures. Brightly ...

    My first houseboat experience

    A travel blog entry by nuraini_hamid on Oct 07, 2012

    130 photos

    ... do not consider themselves as Indian though, so do not refer to them as Indians.

    We were taken to the Dal Lake where we'll spend our next two days in Kashmir on a houseboat. Our houseboat was called the New California houseboat. There are gondolas, which the locals call it shikara, to ferry tourists and locals alike to/fro the jetty to the houseboat or to the villages located on Lake Dal. Which is why the Dal Lake is called the ...

    Nubra Valley

    A travel blog entry by hugh.asia.trip on Aug 04, 2012

    53 photos

    ... culture, language and cuisine - non-spicy featuring buckwheat noodles, thick puddingy bread with herbs in, lots of veg - generally no meat, though occasionally chicken or 'mutton' (which generally means goat in these parts).

    I opt for my camel ride on the return journey. The beast is good natured and amenable.

    It's back to Leh for one night and then I head to Pangong Lake in another far-flung corner of Ladakh.
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