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From the glassy calm waters of Dal lake in Srinagar, you can view the mighty snow-capped Himalayan peaks while you sip your Kashmiri kahwa tea from the comfort of your private houseboat – of the more romantic and unique ways to stay in Srinagar. The luxury houseboats are made of intricately carved wood and features up to three bedrooms apart from a living room and kitchen. Convoys of colourfully painted shikaras (gondola-like taxi boats) float around the maze of intricate waterways and channels, selling flowers and trinkets, some ferrying children to school and others carrying awe struck tourists. One of the unique aspects of Dal Lake is its floating gardens – matted vegetation and earth that float free, growing anything from cucumbers to melons.
Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, is the pride of the valley. The city is famous for its lakes and the charming houseboats that float on them. Also famous are Srinagar’s charming Mughal gardens – Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Gardens and Chashmeshahi Gardens. These terraced gardens, replete with cascading fountains and beautiful flowering shrubs and trees, were originally designed for the relaxation of the Mughal emperors and their queens. The Hazratbal Mosque, an important Muslim shrine, stands reflected in…