Why One Should Visit Kashmir
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Tulip garden
Tulip Garden in Kashmir is Asia is largest tulips garden and there is a likely hood that it can become the worlds second largest largest too.The tulip garden which is in Srinagar is commonly known as Siraj Bagh and is located no the banks of the famous Dal Lake. When viewing the garden you are able to see the large variety of colors of the flowers, and there are over 60 varieties of early, mid and late blooming tulips.The tourism authorities in the state said they are using the festival to promote the state as a preferred destination. ot of Indians go to Holland just to see tulips, but now this place is near and more affordable for the domestic tourists. We feel we will get more tourists. We have come to know that about 12,00 tourists and mostly outsiders have come here, said Tanveer Jahan, a secretary of tourism department. The garden at the foothills of Zabarwan overlooking the famed Dal Lake has about 60 varieties of multi colored tulips. The festival that also showcased, the state is traditional art and culture, was an instant hit with the foreigners. You cannot find any of these products in other parts of India.

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