Jun 17

Kashmir – The green land

by in Azad Kashmir

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Muzafarabad Aerial View

I had always wanted to visit Kashmir. People from all over the country have been telling me that i don’t have a single stuff from Kashmir, so there you go. I recently visited few places of Kashmir. After hearing a lot about that green land, it truly is beautiful; heaven on earth. Green fields all over the mountain, its everywhere.

Muzafarabad, the capital of AJK itself is a hot city. I couldn’t differentiate between the weather of Islamabad and Muzafarabad. However the city is a gateway to all other beautiful valleys of Kashmir and is at a distance of nearly 3 hours drive from Rawalpindi.

I’ll be sharing stories of my stay in Bagh, a short trip to Pir Chinasi Hill station and some other valleys. I understand i still have left a lot of other beautiful parts of Kashmir and i know its a reason to go back there soon!

The above shot of Muzafarabad city was taken while i was en route to Pir Chinasi hill Station.

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4 Responses to “Kashmir – The green land”

  1. From Saghir A. Khatri:

    Salam danial bhai;
    i ve seen pics of Lake Banjosa, at rawla kot, pics from bagh, muzaffarabad…
    this place is surely said to b heaven on earth, hope u enjoyed that land of green :D thanks for posting beautiful pic…

    Saghir A. Khatri

    Posted on 17. Jun, 2011 at 5:03 am #
  2. From Umer:

    You should go to Neelum valley – that place is amazing !
    I went for office work to Muzaffarabad from there I travelled to Neelum valley.. Kundal Shahi to Sharda to khel to halmet village (the last village before siachin). It was a 3 days road trip with my collegues / friends, the whole way is along with the river with amazing and breath taking sceneries. Lot of trekking opportunities there in between the way, trekking that leads to beautiful lakes at the end ! A must go place !

    Posted on 30. Sep, 2012 at 9:40 am #
    • From danialshah:

      @Umer:I have been to AJK, but i missed Neelum valley but its obviously in my wish list. I shall soon be visiting it :) thanks for your input Umer :)

      Posted on 03. Oct, 2012 at 5:28 am #


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