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Climate in Srinagar

"Gar firdaus, ruhe zamin ast, hamin asto, hamin asto, hamin asto" - If there is a heaven on earth, it's here, it's here, it's here - so said Jahangir, the Mughal ruler after he visited Kashmir. The beautiful Dal Lake outside Kashmir, the lush green fields and the bold cerulean mountains made him feel delightful and he built the splendid Shalimar Garden here to make his visit a memorable incident. After his visit however, the Mughal rulers realized the essence of Srinagar, the capital of Jammu. The geographical location makes this place a pleasant resort from tropical heat, since Climate in Srinagar remains normal during summer.

Srinagar in Summers:

The pleasant climate is conducive to tourism in Srinagar, during the sizzling summer heat, when people like to set out for a new destination, where tropical heat would not scorch them. During summers, the snow in the lakes of Srinagar melts, and flowing Shikaras offer a thrilling view with women carrying willow baskets, selling handicrafts and flowers. 

The house boats sailing in the vast network of canals and rivers that waters Srinagar, is a home to numerous houseboats. There are 500 such natural houseboats flowing in the rivers. It is also delightful for visitors to stay here and enjoy the scenic elegance.

Srinagar in Winters:

While Climate in Srinagar is a charming relief from the scorching heat of summer waves, the winter beats are not to be missed. It brings along the popular scenario of sunset and sunrise beyond the snowy Tiger Hills dazzling in the sun like a natural prism. However during winter months the temperature of Srinagar remains much below the normal. Still people like to visit this place because of the graceful landscape and romance associated with it. Climate in Srinagar during winter season is replete with snow falls around the pine trees and wooden huts when people wearing Phirans rush homeward. The mystery of the weather in Srinagar can never be deciphered easily; it is a natural process and God's gift to India.