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This was like a childhood dream coming true. A trip to Kashmir was long awaited.I had my air tickets booked via Air Asia but due to the unrest situation in Kashmir the plan was hazy. I was disheartened.I decided that I had to go and the day came when I picked my bags up and left for Kashmir.I booked my first night stay through Air BNB as it was comparatively cheaper than other hotels. The house owner came to pick me up at Srinagar Airport. I reached at his place, got myself freshen up and went off to roam around Srinagar.To be very frank, at first I felt that the Kashmir I have heard about and seen in movies is not what it looks in real. Srinagar was a little disappointing against my expectations.
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Hall of Fame
The Hall of Fame arouses the patriotism that every Indian has hidden. It shows the brutal atrocities of the Kargil War, how every soldier survives in those conditions and every aspect that makes you feel proud of being an Indian, or well generates a sense of respect in everyone who comes visit. The Magnetic hiill is just a strech leaves you wondering if its science, magic or just an optical illusion when you car moves ahead all on its own. N with the Sangam as the last stop, once again you end up relishing the sheer beauty of Laddakh. It's here that that the muddy Zankar river and the clear Indus merge and form the Indus river that flows toward Pakistan. It's also a spot for trying river rafting for the adventure seekers.
Dogra Art Museum
Dedicated to the cause of educating people about the evolution of cultures, ideas and values in the valley, the very renowned Dogra Art Museum situated in the Pink Hall of Jammu’s Mubarak Mandi Complex is a must-visit spot! The mid-eighteenth century building that it is housed in today was once the Dev dynasty's's Durbar Hall.Currently, the museum showcases more than 800 beautiful paintings of historical significance, instruments, armaments, and 9th-century carvings and Kushan coins.Entry fee for Indians: ₹10Entry fee for foreigners: ₹50Timings: 10AM–5PM (Tuesday to Sunday)Main attraction: Krishna–Sudhama paintings.