Kashmir, owing to its breath-taking mountainous landscapes and views, has long been the dream destination for Indian honeymooners, and adventure skiers alike. Its gentle people, crafts, food, and even aromatic tea, are renowned for their delicacy. It is known by many metaphors like “crown jewel of India, “Switzerland of India.” But it has also been rife with internal conflict, making it the most militarized and politicised zone in
The climate in Kashmir is rather cold with temperatures being an average of 25 o C during the peak summer. Most of the areas in Kashmir are only motorable during summer due to heavy snowfall during the winters.
Kashmir has a population of 11 million people. Unfortunately, due to Kashmir being a conflict zone, unemployment is at its peak. Its GSDP stands at 25 Billion USD.