Srinagar is the summer capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Srinagar lies in the beautiful valleys of Kashmir on the banks of the Jhelum River, a tributary of the Indus, and Dal and Anchar lakes. The city is known for its natural environment, gardens, waterfronts, and houseboats. Srinagar is also known for its traditional Kashmiri handicrafts and dried fruits.
... Srinagar in Kashmir is ringed by an arc of green mountains, the greatest drawcard of the city is mesmerizingly placid Dal Lake, on which a bright array of stationary houseboats and shikara rides add a splash of color and a unique opportunity for romantic chill-outs. While the old town bustles with fascinating Central Asian with style bazaars and a collection of soulful Sufi shrines, as well as a fortress and many historic wooden mosques, the charming Mughal gardens dot the lake's less urbanized eastern shore.
Add in a mild summer climate, feisty Kashmiri cuisine, and famous local apples, walnuts, and almonds, and you have one of India’s top tourist draws. April to The best time to visit Srinagar is in September. During these months of the year, the temperature remains between 14 – 30 degrees Celsius. The mountain passes are blocked by Heavy snowfall and make the valley inaccessible during winters. Srinagar is a must-visit place while traveling to Jammu and Kashmir.
Q. What Srinagar is famous for?
Ans. Srinagar is famous for its lake, houseboats, Srinagar is famous for its lake, houseboats, shikara rides, dry fruits, and natural beauty, dry fruits, and natural beauty.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Srinagar?
Q. How to Reach Srinagar In Kashmir