Get Inspired By Kichha Sudeep And Visit These Five Places in Srinagar After The LockdownMovies
Srinagar is breathtaking and here are some of the places that you must visit once the lockdown is over.
Kichcha Sudeep recently put up a video of his shoot in Srinagar for the film Hebbuli which proved to be a big hit. The story of Hebbuli revolves around Captain Ram who discovers that his brother has committed suicide. However, suspecting that it is a murder, Captain Ram goes on a quest to discover the reason for his brother’s death.
While the story can be very intriguing, the movie has been a treat to the eyes with all its picturesque locations in Srinagar. If you’re looking for a vacation after the lockdown, here are some places to visit in the beautiful capital of Jammu and Kashmir.
If you’re a fan of skiing, then Gulmarg is just the place for you and is India’s version of a ski resort. Gulmarg- known as the ‘meadow of flowers’-is a much-visited place and is surely where you should be if you’re in Srinagar.
Pahalgam, also called the Valley of Shepherds, is a well-known destination for trekking and other adventure sports. Visitors are also known to head forward towards the Betaab Valley during their time in Pahalgam where there is a fresh flowing Lidder river.
Chai Jaai Tea Room
If you’re a tea lover, then Chai Jaai one of the most beautiful and cute tea rooms that you can visit. The tea shop reflects the English as well as Kashmiris’ love for tea. If you visit the tea room then the classic kahwa is what you should try.
Gulshan Books and Coffee Shop
Gulshan Books and Coffee Shop is part of the Limca Book Of Records for being India’s only bookshop-library on a lake. The coffee shop was established in 2016 after a partnership was struck between Jammu & Kashmir Tourism Development Corporation (JKTDC) and an old publishing house in Kashmir.
If you’re looking for a place that has very few people then Sinthan Top is the one to be at. This mountain pass is situated 12,000 feet above sea level in south Kashmir’s Breng Valley. While it is not very developed, it is still one of the most beautiful mountain tops that you can see.
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