Srinagar – Asia’s largest tulip garden, where about 20 lakh tulips of 46 varieties will be in bloom shortly on the banks of world famous Dal Lake in the summer capital, Srinagar, will be thrown open for visitors from April 1.
The Tulip garden has more than 20 lakh tulips in its lap with 46 varieties spread in the garden in the backdrop of mighty Zabarwan range of mountains. He said that this festival will start from April 1 and will continue for 15 days. He said the festival will witness decorated food and handcraft stalls, kiosks to showcase the rich craft and cuisine of the valley with traditional ethnic touch. "On the sidelines of this mega Tulip festival- Bahar-e-Kashmir, one Aalmi Mushaira will be organised in which world famous poets will participate and will enthrall the audience with their latest poems in Urdu which will be one of the first of its kind in the valley," he said. The garden will remain open from early in the morning till late in the evening for visitors.
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