3 Most Visited Sights in Srinagar

3 Most Visited Sights in Srinagar Food, great views, and the happiest people on Earth. Welcome to Srinagar! Srinagar is a retreat to those who have the wanderlust gene in them. The landscape varies just as widely.  And, if you’ve ever fancied catapulting straight into a mountain valley overlooking the beautiful snow-capped peaks of the mighty Himalayas, then this is it! Pack your bags, pick … Continue reading 3 Most Visited Sights in Srinagar

Welcoming Spring with the Festival of Lohri

It is the diversity of our country that makes it so alluring and incredible. And Srinagar too exudes the same, the heaven on earth is not only famous for its reservoirs of natural beauty, but is distinctively famous for its blend of cultural heritage. The multicultural Srinagar is cosmopolitan ethnicity, which accommodates people from various religious and cultural background under the same sky. The city … Continue reading Welcoming Spring with the Festival of Lohri

The Famous Shrines of Srinagar

Srinagar, the summer capital of J&K, is acclaimed for various tourist attractions like picturesque Dal Lake, Lal Chowk, Mughal Gardens, etc. Moreover, there are many religious destinations that makes this city a tourist magnet. It houses some of the most revered shrines, mosques and temples of the country and attracts tourists and pilgrims of various faiths from around the world. Every year, thousands travel to … Continue reading The Famous Shrines of Srinagar

Eid Mubarak

Sugar Feast of Eid-ul-Fitr

Significance of Eid for Muslims It is the month of Ramadan and Eid is around the corner. The Eid that is nearing is called Eid-ul-Fitr and is one of the most important festivals of the Islamic group, is celebrated with great joy. In the pious month of Ramadan, Muslim devotees practice a month long fasting, refraining themselves from eating , drinking or even thinking and … Continue reading Sugar Feast of Eid-ul-Fitr

Cafe Sheesha

Sheesha – The Coffee Shop

The valley has grown tremendously in tourist industry and so has the café culture, lately. They’ve become a favourite hangout place for the youngsters and the tourists. Slowly and gradually, many places are now being converted into cafes. The trend is catching up fast, and cafes too are becoming a culture of this summer capital. Introducing, Sheesha – The Coffee Shop Though there are several … Continue reading Sheesha – The Coffee Shop



Ours is a land of diversity, where people of different religions live in unison, and festivals of many kinds are celebrated with great triumph, year round. These festivals revive bonding, cultural beliefs, thus infusing harmony, joy and feeling of belongingness amongst the various religious, social, or geographical groups, and collectively citizens of a nation that celebrates secularism. Importance of Ramadan in Islam Festivals of all … Continue reading Ramadan