Srinagar: In a break from the dull tourism of the past few years, the Kashmir’s famed tourist resort Gulmargdraped in snow has brought back the sheen with hotels registering full bookings till April 15.
Srinagar: In order to provide a platform to the budding artists, the Department of Tourism Kashmir is organising a 4-day Snow Sculpting Competition at Gulmarg from today.
Kashmir, which was once a magnet of tourists and Bollywood filmmakers, is drawing visitors and creative souls again, riding on a relative peace since last year. While Kashmir is an eternal favourite of all generations, Rohini Dasgupta, a Gen Z Indian in her late teens, discovers the same awesomeness in the land of mountains, rolling green meadows, lakes, food and warmth of locals.
Srinagar: Christmas, the birthday of Jesus Christ (AS), would be celebrated with religious fervour and gaiety across J&K on Friday.
Srinagar: Despite little promotions by the local travel and tourism fraternity in the ongoing COVID pandemic, the recent snowfall has attracted a good number of travellers to ski resort Gulmarg.
Srinagar: Director Tourism Kashmir Nisar Ahmad Wani on Friday flagged off a group of trekkers to Gulmarg from Tourist Reception Centre in Srinagar.
Gulmarg in Jammu and Kashmir, once the darling of Bollywood, is once again seeing footfalls from filmmakers and tourists alike as it emerges as one of the top skiing destinations of Asia, reports Kavita Suri