About the Company
Sir Syed Market,
Main Road, Gogji Bagh,
223, 2nd Floor Vardhaman Dwarkadeesh Plot 03
Sector 10, Dwarka
New Delhi 75
91 0194 - 2310303,
Mobile: 91 9906577112
Srinagar is aptly named the "City of Lakes".
With a mixed Hindu, Mughal and Sikh past, the city is an
amalgamation of various cultural influences. Srinagar is one of the
major tourist spots of Kashmir owing to its pleasant weather and
many tourist attractions, which include the iconic Dal Lake, the
Mughal Gardens and the Hazratbal Shrine.
Pahalgam is one of the most picturesque mountain resorts of
Kashmir. The major tourist attractions of Pahalgam are the myriad
trekking routes, the nature trails, the skiing resorts and the
Pahalgam wildlife sanctuary.
Gulmarg's legendary beauty, prime location and proximity to Srinagar
naturally make it one of the premier hill resorts in the country.
Originally called 'Gaurimarg' by shepherds, its present name was
given in the 16th century by Sultan Yusuf Shah, who was inspired by
the sight of its grassy slopes emblazoned with wild flowers. Gulmarg
was a favourite haunt of Emperor Jehangir who once collected 21
different varieties of flowers from here. Today Gulmarg is not
merely a mountain resort of exceptional beauty- it also has the
highest green golf course in the world, at an altitude of 2,650 m,
and is the country's premier ski resort in the winter.
It is located at 1100ft. above surface level of the main city on the
Shankaracharya hill, also known as Takht-e-Suleiman. The shiva
temple, as Kalhana believes, was constructed by Raja Gopadatya in 371
B.C.and as such is the oldest shrine in Kashmir. Dogra ruler,
Maharaja Gulab Singh, constructed stone stairs upto the temple. In
1925, the temple was electrified. The temple, besides a prominent
religious place of Hindus, is of great archaeological importance.
The temple commands a magnificent panoramic view of the Srinagar
It is one of the oldest and the most spacious of all the mosques in
Kashmir, situated in the heart of the city. The foundation of the
mosque, an architectural wonder was laid by Sultan Sikander in 1398
A.D. The area of the mosque is 384 ft X 381 ft. spacious enough for
over thirty thousand people to offer prayers at a time.
Nishat Garden, 15 Kms from the city centre, was built by Emperor
Jahangir for his beloved wife, Nurjahan. The gardens with four
terraces is 539 by 182 meters and gets water from Harwan through a
canal lined with fountains. The fourth terrace was once reserved for
The world famous water body described by Sir Walter Lawerence as the
"Lake par-excellence", half a kilometers from the city, is the jewel
in the crown of Kashmir eulogized by the poets and abundantly praised
by the travelers and tourists. The lake of late has unfortunately,
consideably shrunk in size causing concern to environmentalists. The
Governments have chalked out an ambitious project to save the lake
from extinction. The lake is 6 X 3 km divided by causeways into four
parts, Gagribal, Lokut Dal, Bod Dal and Nagin. Two islands, Sona Lank
and Ropa Lank, within the lake add to its beauty. Nagin is the most
lovely part of the Dal Lake separted by a causeway.
Sonamarg, which means 'meadow of gold' has, as its backdrop, snowy
mountains against a cerulean sky. the Sindth meanders along here and
abounds with trout and mahseer, snow trout can be caught in the main
river. Ponies can be hired for the trip up to Thajiwas glacier a
major attraction during the summer months.
The climate of Sonamarg is very bracing; but the rainfall is
frequent though not heavy, except for two or three days at a time in
July and August with fine spell in between.
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