Asia’s Largest Tulip Garden In Srinagar Reopens For Public After Nine Months Of Shutdown

Asia’s largest tulip garden is found in Srinagar. This garden houses over 1,000,000 tulips. This garden has been a significant global tourist attraction in Kashmir since March 23, it’s been reopened to the general public after being shut for the past nine months.

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Annually within the month of April, the Jammu and Kashmir government organises the tulip festival which kicks off the tourism season of the Union Territory.

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This festival includes multiple musical events, cultural programmes, conferences, and food fests. The blend of colours from the various types of tulips attracts many tourists to Kashmir from various parts of India.

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On the foothills of the Zabarwan range, the statesman Memorial Tulip Garden is found. It overlooks Srinagar’s Dal lake. In 2008 it had been initially opened by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad. Since then it’s been attracting lakhs of holidaymakers from several parts of the country to Srinagar.

Tulip Garden | District Srinagar, Government of Jammu and Kashmir | India

Over 50 gardeners worked tirelessly for the past nine months to urge this garden ready for the festival. The garden will remain open till April end, as this is often the duration of the tulips blooming. aside from tulips, flowers like daffodils, hyacinths, and ranunculus have also been added to the present garden