High Season : Feb - June
0 - 20℃
Low Season : July - Sep & Jan - Feb
-2 - 0℃
Nearest Airport -SXR
Srinagar Airport
Nearest Train Stations -JAT
Jammu Tawi


Srinagar was ruled by the Peacock Empire until around the 14th century when King Ashoka introduced Buddhism into the Kashmir Valley. It is believed that the Guishuang people controlled this area in the first century, and they ruled this place from their strongholds in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Even King Vikramaditya of Ujjain ruled the place and then transferred control to a nomadic tribe called the Huns in the 6th century. One of the most feared rulers of the city is Mihir Kula who belongs to this tribe. After the 14th century, the city was ruled by the Mughal dynasty and ruled by Muslim kings. The city became the capital during the reign of Yusuf Shah Chak, and Akbar established his government after the fall of Yusuf Shah Chak Quan, he cheated on him to death. The Mughal dynasty ended in 1707 with the death of its last king Aurangzeb, and then Srinagar came under the rule of the Durani Empire. This empire is the leader of the Pasture tribe, which ruled Srinagar for decades. The government of the Sikhs was established in 1814, and Maharaja Ranjit Singh ruled Kashmir. Before the British rulers entered India, it was ruled by Sikhs. Srinagar was not considered a princely state in British India until 1947

Facts & Culture

Srinagar is known as a "paradise on earth" and is located on the Jhelum River in the combined territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Srinagar is picturesque and is the most impressive painting of all time. It is famous for its fixed and colorful Shikararas houseboats on Dal Lake. Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, is located in the center of the Kashmir Valley at an altitude of 1,730 m. The city is located on both banks of the Jhelum River and is famous for its natural beauty, gardens, docks, and houseboats. Srinagar is known as the city of lakes and the Venice of the East. For centuries, it has drawn tourists with its picturesque Himalayan backdrop, glistening lakes surrounded by houseboats and Shikaras, and the majesty of Mughal architecture. The Shikara - a rowing boat is an attractive mode to visit the floating vegetable market in Srinagar. Srinagar is known as the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir and has some of the most exquisite Mughal gardens in India. The most famous attractions are Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, and Chashm E Shahi Garden. It has its own picturesque lifestyle. While enjoying the adventure fun of hiking, mountain biking, and rafting, it can also drive through snow-capped mountains and snow-capped mountains, and through picturesque fairy tales. The city is also famous for its traditional Kashmiri handicrafts and dried fruits.

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