Kashmir Beauty - Dream Vacation In Kashmir Houseboats
Kashmir Beauty are collected and are then used in weaving shawls. Shahtoosh shawls may either be pure or mixed with Pashmina in order to reduce the cost. Shahtoosh shawls are so finely woven that the entire shawl can pass through a ring. It is for this reason that such shawls are known as 'Ring shawls'. These shawls are usually not dyed and are used in their natural color i.e. light brown.Pashmina shawls are made from the wool of the Kel sheep found in the Himalayan mountains. Such shawls are extremely soft and do not hurt the skin of the wearer. Pashmina scarves and stoles are also made. Pashmina shawls are less expensive as compared to Shahtoosh shawls. The tweed material woven in Kashmir is well known the world over.
Kashmir Beauty is considered to be one of the best materials in the world. The raw material that is used in producing tweed is obtained from outside Kashmir; however, Kashmiri tweed is woven using imported techniques and is of extremely good quality. The production of tweed is a job undertaken by a majority of the people of Kashmir. If there is one divinely beautiful region in India, then it has to be Kashmir, the northernmost region of the Indian subcontinent. The Indian side of Kashmir is known as Kashmir Valley or more poetically referred to as the 'vale of Kashmir'. Kashmir is one of the most beautiful regions of the world adorned with the bounties of nature.
Kashmir Beauty have been made to describe the beauty of the region but, none have come so close as the famous quote by the famed Persian poet Firdausi, who claimed ' if there is paradise on earth it's here, it's here'. The word Kashmir is an ancient Sanskrit word derived from the name of Kashyap Rishi, who as per sacred texts, protected the local people from a monster named Jalodbhava. As a mark of respect the local people named the region as 'Kashyap-Mar' and 'Kashyap-Pura'. The name Kashmir in Sanskrit means land desiccated from water (ka) water and (shimeera) to desiccate.Kashmir used to be one of the popular tourist destinations of India attracting thousands of tourists from all over.
Kashmir Beauty acts of violence and terrorism scared away the tourists from the region but, with recent positive development in the region, tourists have once again started to flock to the region. Some of the popular tourist attractions of Kashmir include the old city, Hazratbal Mosque, Jama Masjid, Imambara Zadibal, Shankaracharya Temple, Budshah Tomb, Hari Parbat Fort, Chatti Padshahi Gurudwara, Martand Temple, Kheer Bhawani, Avantipur Ruins and much more. For accommodation, there is no dearth of good hotels in Kashmir offering quality lodging facilities along with various sorts of services and facilities. The hotels in Kashmir are present across all budget categories ranging from the luxury hotels.
Kashmir Beauty to the budget accommodation, catering to the needs and preferences of the myriad of travelers visiting the region. Kashmir Valley is also well connected to the rest of the country and as such is easily accessible from various quarters of the country by means of air, rail and roadways. The region has its very own international airport at Srinagar and a domestic airport in Leh. In addition to that, there is also some rail presence in the region, with the farthest region covered by the Indian Railways being Udhampur region. However, a rail link from Jammu to Srinagar is in progress and is expected to become operational by the year 2012.
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