India: Snowfall in Kashmir sparks flow of tourism, creates positive vibes

Kashmir valley has been experiencing snowfall, indicating a positive sign for all the tourism players as it could provide a chance to open hotels all across the valley. 

Kashmir, India: Kashmir valley has been experiencing snowfall, indicating a positive sign for all the tourism players as it could provide a chance to open hotels all across the valley.  

People across the valley have been wishing each other on social media during the snowfall season. Soft snowflakes coming from the skies make the valley look like heaven. People residing in Kashmir have not cared about the bone-chilling cold. 

Men, Women and Children get ready with their long boots to enjoy the snowfall and the magnificent views of Kashmir. Children have been seen to come out of their shells and take rides in the snow. Various games have been played in the season of snow, such as sliding down the hurdles of snow, bouncing like snow heroes and playing with the snowballs. 

Children were seen falling again and again, but the super jacks picked up their wooden sledges and kept going on. They are playing massively with the chilly weather and showing their creativity. They are making unbelievable snow sculptures to explore their creativity. Tourists across the globe have been enjoying snow adventures like skiing and snowboarding up to the snow-capped mountains. 

Couples ride on sledges. Moreover, due to the bone-chilling cold, the tourists buy phirans to keep themselves warm. People in the valley are very hospitable. They not only guide the outsiders but help them. The winter season is a water treasure to the valley. 

The people in the valley are in love with this season. They also have to make arrangements for the snowy season as it is a big challenge. Definitely, there is no charm in winter without snow, but at the mean time, it brings with it miseries to the common people as basic amenities of life such as electricity, water supply, transportation and connectivity are badly affected. 

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