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J&K Mughal Garden becomes the main attraction of the autumn season

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This season, the majestic Qinar’s maple leaves turn golden brown instead of green, attracting nature lovers to the Kashmir Valley. Tourists from all over the world, including parts of India, visit the Mughal Gardens to appreciate their picturesque beauty.
Tourists enjoy the pleasant weather along the pathways among the Chinar trees in the Nishat Mughal Gardens in Srinagar. The
autumn season is also known in the local language as “Harud”, which refers to the season when different shades of fog occur in the air. During this season, the maple leaves of the majestic Chinar trees change from green to golden brown, which always fascinates people. nature lovers.
Tourists from all over the world flock to the gardens to witness the beauty and picturesque atmosphere created by the foliage of the chinar tree. 4,444 tourists from all over India visit the Mughal Gardens in addition to the Nishat, Shalimar, Harvan and Cheshmashahi gardens to appreciate their picturesque beauty. The golden hues of the leaves of the Chinar trees in the
Nishat, Shalimar and Mughal gardens further enhance the beauty of this garden and make it a valuable attraction.
“I have traveled all over the world. I have never seen such a beautiful place,” said tourist Anjou Mittal.
“It snowed this time. We came here. It’s such a peaceful atmosphere. Vimal Bansal, a tourist, said: “Everyone here is very happy to be working together.”
“I really enjoyed being here in the Mughal Gardens. It was kind of detoxifying and we were relieved to come here. A person who arrives in Kashmir is free to think. “There is something very peaceful in the air of Kashmir,” said Rakesh, a tourist.
“I think this fall is so beautiful here. Similar to Switzerland. This is truly paradise. It should be the best tourist attraction in the world. People are very helpful. Tourism is not that expensive,” said Mukesh Jai, a tourist.
“Kashmir has four seasons. Autumn is a very beautiful time of the year. Fall begins here on September 23rd. We planted over 100 planar trees in a specific order. In autumn, the density of cypress trees is very high, making it a tourist attraction. Photo sessions including weddings are held here,” said Javid Masud.

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