Kashmir Valley is famous for selling fine quality of dry walnuts, raisins, blueberries, cashews, Kashmiri red chilies, and spices like cumin seeds, fennel seeds, and cardamom. What's must to be brought home is of course Kashmiri Kesar.
Though a cliche exercise, it has its own charm, a Shikara ride in the Dal Lake. Once there, the bustling life of the locals is a sight for staring gaze. Most of them sell various things in the floating shops they have set up in the lake.
While there're lots of things that'll tempt you at the Lal Chowk or Badshah Chowk in Srinagar, a few of the definite buying includes Pashminas, Walnut wood decors, and Kashmiri baqerkhani and sheermal breads
The Kashmir destination is the 7th best skiing and snowboarding destination of Asia. Located in Baramulla district, it’s an ideal site for long run, off-piste skiing and snowboarding. Skiing and snowboarding in Gulmarg, through its natural virgin slopes, provides for easy floating on the soft virgin snow.
Noon chai and Kahwah are the two famous Kashmiri tea varieties. The former is made using salt, milk and soda and is uniquely pink while the latter is a green tea with spices like walnut and almonds.
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