Sinthan Pass on Kishtwar and Srinagar road in Jammu & Kashmir, India

Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - Chingam - 41 KmKishtwar - 83KMDoda - 143 KmBatote - 193KMJammu - 315 KMSame information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of IndiaThis photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-CameraHere is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

 Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass 
in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...

Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.

Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - Chingam - 41 KmKishtwar - 83KMDoda - 143 KmBatote - 193KMJammu - 315 KMSame information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of IndiaThis photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-CameraHere is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. 

Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - Chingam - 41 KmKishtwar - 83KMDoda - 143 KmBatote - 193KMJammu - 315 KMSame information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of IndiaThis photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-CameraHere is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.

Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - Chingam - 41 KmKishtwar - 83KMDoda - 143 KmBatote - 193KMJammu - 315 KMSame information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of IndiaThis photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-CameraHere is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  

Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - Chingam - 41 KmKishtwar - 83KMDoda - 143 KmBatote - 193KMJammu - 315 KMSame information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of IndiaThis photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-CameraHere is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...

Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - Chingam - 41 KmKishtwar - 83KMDoda - 143 KmBatote - 193KMJammu - 315 KMSame information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of IndiaThis photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-CameraHere is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - 

Chingam - 41 Km
Kishtwar - 83KM
Doda - 143 Km
Batote - 193KM
Jammu - 315 KM

Same information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India.

Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - Chingam - 41 KmKishtwar - 83KMDoda - 143 KmBatote - 193KMJammu - 315 KMSame information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of IndiaThis photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-CameraHere is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

This photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-Camera.

Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - Chingam - 41 KmKishtwar - 83KMDoda - 143 KmBatote - 193KMJammu - 315 KMSame information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of IndiaThis photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-CameraHere is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

Here is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...

Few weeks back I was in Kashmir for Mughal Rally and second day was spent around Sinthan Pass. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs from Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of India...Very first photograph of this Photo Journey is showing a huge flock of sheeps passing through snow at Sinthan Pass.Here is a photographer who was there with us for covering 3rd Mughal Rally in Jammu & Kashmir - Varun, a great photographer and good company. All these regions around Sinthan pass are quite safe and army folks can be seen all around these hills. During Mughal Rally, security was increased and these two folks were around us for most of the time when we were busy in shooting various SUVs, Gypsys, Cars & Bikes etc. btw, in above photograph you don't see other security personnel. These folks rock whole make all residents of Kashmir safe by putting their best efforts throughout the year. Things are getting better and hope to improve multi-fold in future.The Sinthan Pass is at 12.5K feets and ignored as one of the barren passes until a few years ago... Sinthan Pass is now quite popular because of wonderful connectivity although some patches are under process, but one can drive from Srinagar to Sinthan Pass. It's an enjoyable ride, at least near Sinthan Pass.  Travellers have to cover 290 km to reach Kishtwar via the Srinagar-Jammu highway and the Srinagar-Sinthan-Kishtwar road reduces the distance by 200 km, which is amazing...Distances to various places from Sinthan Pass are - Chingam - 41 KmKishtwar - 83KMDoda - 143 KmBatote - 193KMJammu - 315 KMSame information can be seen on the board you see in above photograph at Sinthan Pass in Jammu & Kashmir State of IndiaThis photograph was shot in the foothill of Sinthan Pass. It was a beautiful village with green fields all around. Girl walking trough these paddy fields was something that I thought of shooting with by Travelling-CameraHere is a photograph of Kashmiri folks sitting on edge to enjoy Mughal Rally in these curved roads around Sinthan Pass. This valley was 10X deep, what you see here. This man in photograph was good company for me at the point where I wanted to shoot moving cars against snow covered peaks. He was here with his sheep...There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

There are various water streams around Sinthan Pass. The water of these springs is the purest and digestive. There was a proposal to export the water of this spring in bottles to other parts of the country. Of course, some treatment may be required for bottling purpose. Locals here are against construction of concrete structures but they feel the need to develop this place as an eco-friendly tourism destination to regain its glory as it has chain of tourist spots from Achabal to Daksum to Sinthan Top. Besides, Kokernag is also connected to Verinag, another scenic resort known also for the springs and origin of Jehlum River via link road...

5 comments:

जाटदेवता संदीप पवाँर said...

कभी अपुन भी जायेंगे इस मार्ग से

Mareta Kusumaningrum said...

I love the colour, blue and green mix together :)

Are the security still be a big issue there?

shovonc said...

Thanks for the shots, that convinced me of the need to go. And the fundas.

Sabyasachi Patra | Tales from Wild India said...

Some nice images. The image of the security person reminds us about the situation.

VJ Sharma said...

Sandeep - Aapko yahan jaroor jana chahiye... Ye atyant sundar rasta hai...

Mareta - Can't really comment about security there. Actually I was there for a state level event to shoot and of-course security was increased. But of course, J&K government is working hard to create new Tourist Circuit around it.

Shovnc - Which fundas were more convincing for you :)

Sabyaschi - Did you go through any security situation?

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