The state of Jammu and Kashmir can be geographically divided into three parts: Jammu, Kashmir Valley, and Ladak. Srinagar serves as the capital in summer and Jammu Nagar in winter. The Kashmir Valley, with its beautiful and hilly terrain and lakes, is known as the ‘Paradise of the Earth‘. Numerous temples and mosques in the Jammu region attract thousands of Hindu and Islamic pilgrims.
Jammu and Kashmir are some of the most important tourist destinations in India. The highlight here is ‘Doll Lake’. Tourists visiting the city cannot help but admire the beauty of the lake. Every tourist site is injecting various innovations with the aim of attracting tourists. In that sense, the ‘Dol Lake’, a tourist hotspot in Jammu and Kashmir, has a new facility.
That means a different kind of floating theater has been introduced on ‘Doll Lake‘. For the first time in Asia, a tourism floating theater has been opened in Kashmir. Many officials, including the Director of Tourism, attended the opening ceremony of the floating theater.
Also in this theater, the film “Kashmir Ki Kali” released in 1964 was screened for the first time. Tourists and attendees alike floated from the decorative boat ‘Shikara’ to enjoy the film.
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