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8 Exclusively Kashmiri Ways of Expressing Love

Article by Ain Wani We Kashmiris have a huge appetite, not just for food, also for love. Here are 8 exclusively Kaeshir ways of expressing love: ‘The Kaeshir Maazrat’ and ‘Khaetir’ (The Kashmiri Hospitality) has always been praised and talked about.  We measure our love

These Incredible Pictures of Dal Lake will Amaze You

If not in this moment, where else do you propose to live? Deliver thunder, God If you choose not to talk. May you live like the Lotus. At ease in muddy water When the world turns upside down it’s nice to have someone upside down with

22 Offbeat Things to Do In Kashmir

1. Kill the Chill in Kashmiri Hamam 2. Visit Gurez Valley 3.  Visit Lolab Valley 4. Try mountain biking in Kashmir 5.  Go for river rafting in Kashmir 6. Do snow fighting in Kashmir 7.  Eat Barbecues or Tujjis at Khayam Chowk, Kashmir 8.  Visit

My Trip to Kashmir in 1976 by Sunita Bedi

It was the Summers of 1976 early June. I was sitting in an Indian Airlines plane travelling to Srinagar from Delhi with my parents and younger brother. Just an hour and 20 minutes flight I was petrified of flying and just wanted to get there

Never Felt So At Home with a Family That Wasn’t My Own

We flew from Kerala to Kashmir to stay with Insha’s family. Actually, we were only supposed to stay for a few days, and we ended up canceling our ticket back because we were having such a good time. I don’t even have words for Kashmir.

Kashmir – Meri Nazar Se

When I look back to 2015 and recollect all the precious moments, one of them is definitely ‘my second trip to Kashmir’. I visited Kashmir second time in October 2015 with my family. It was a sudden plan. Like any other tourist it was just

Srinagar: Through A Tourist’s Eyes

A short film by Ruman Hamdani, featuring Mafaldina Vaina. Ruman Hamdani is a Srinagar based movie maker and Mafaldina is a 26 years old Italian tourist. Watch the video to see what she has to say about Srinagar after being initially skeptic about it.

Her Experience Of Travelling Alone In KASHMIR

When she started out with her trip to Srinagar , she had her preconceived notions about Kashmir. She thought maybe she’d need a local to accompany her everywhere, because it wouldn’t be safe to wander alone with a bulky camera hung around her neck. But

Solo Travel to Kashmir For Women

This is the post we had done on our Gyawun Facebook page, which is review of a trip to Kashmir by a solo traveler Shally on her blog. In this post she had answered to those people who had questions like Kashmir is not safe. You’ll