Gar firdaus bar-rue zamin ast, hami asto, hamin asto, hamin ast means,If there is a heaven on earth, it's here, it's here. A famous quote by Mughal Emperor Jehangir when he visited Kashmir in the 17th century is often quoted by many when they visit Kashmir.
Hindi Translation – अगर स्वर्ग इस पृथ्वी पर मौजूद है, तो यहीं है, तो यहीं है, तो यहीं है.
Mughal Emperor Jehangir said it all when he visited Kashmir in the 17th century. You’ve been places and you’ve been places, but if you have not visited this Paradise on Earth, you’ve missed out on an experience of a lifetime.
The name Kashmir, in Sanskrit, implies land desiccated from water and is derived from the two words, ‘ka’ (water) and ‘shimeera’ (to desiccate). According to Hindu mythology, Sage Kashyap drained the erstwhile lake to produce the land of Kashmir.
Modern day Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is the northernmost state of India, lying mostly in the Himalayas. The state shares a border with Himachal Pradesh on the south, Pakistan on the west and China on the north and the east.
The languages spoken here are Kashmiri and Urdu, with most people also speaking Dogri, Kashmiri, Hindi and English.
The only Indian state to witness all four seasons — spring, summer, autumn and winter — Kashmir has something on offer for every type of traveller.
Once you come here, you are sure to fall in love with its beautiful gardens, vast lakes, pristine streams, alpine forests, stunning mountains and, most of all, its friendly people. Kashmiris are a very warm and welcoming people and they truly believe in the ancient Indian adage ‘atithi devo bhava’. Guests really are God for them.
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