The state of Jammu and Kashmir is one of India's most priced possessions and understandably so. Blessed with unparallel scenic beauty it has immense potential in the tourism sector. The absolutely mesmerizing charm of Jammu and Kashmir lures each and every visitor. If you want to savor the overwhelming beauty of this piece of paradise on earth, you must plan your tour to Jammu and Kashmir now. However before doing so, a detailed forehand knowledge of the Climate of Jammu and Kashmir will prove to be immensely useful.
We, at Indian Holiday would like to extend our whole hearted cooperation to all who are keen on witnessing the snow clad lofty mountains, the alpine meadows, the tranquil lakes, the orchards, the gardens. You can either book a tour through us or you can plan one yourself. Information on the Climate of Jammu and Kashmir will be vastly valuable in both the cases.
Four major seasons - spring, summer, autumn and winter make up the Climate of Jammu and Kashmir. Each season possesses unique features and a characteristic charm.
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Spring season sets in March and continues till early May. The weather then is very pleasant and it would be no exaggeration to compare it with that of Switzerland. Kashmir raps itself in an emerald green jacket with flowery designs all over. The sight has a rich yet ethereal touch. Daisies cover the parks and gardens. The Climate of Jammu and Kashmir at this time of the year is ideally suited to thoroughly enjoy the beauty of the place.
Spring is followed by summer. Temperatures rise slightly. But the heat never reaches unendurable limits. In comparison to other parts of the country particularly the plain regions, the Climate of Jammu and Kashmir is unbelievably lovely at this time of the year as well. The rippling rivulets, the serene lakes, the chinar groves, the pine forests all appear very enticing in the summers. Fruits are ripe and in plenty.
After summer, the most awaited season in Jammu and Kashmir sets in the month of September. It is autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. Everything turns to gold. The sight of the landscape has a magnetic appeal then. The red carpeted gardens are a treat to the eyes. Temperatures rise to a maximum of 23 degrees in the morning but the nights are relatively colder. The weather is very conducive for the tourists to take delight in the sights, sounds and smell of this idyllic land. The vibrant valleys, the rustle of the fallen leaves, the fragrance of flowers are there to enchant you.
Winter in Jammu and Kashmir starts in the month of December and it is extremely cold then. Even though the trees have a bare look and the beauty of the hued gardens no longer catches the eye, there is an altogether different charm in the surroundings. The snow covered landscape is a visual treat as well.
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