Essay on Pahalgam
Pahalgam is located at the Lidder Lake and Sheshnag Lake convergence. Pahalgam Hill Station is a spectacular sight at an elevation of 2,130 m. At a certain point, the slope station was serving as the shepherds’ village. Indeed, even today, the attacks of advancement are immaculate by this one – time village with excellent views. Pahalgam now positions among the Kashmir Valley’s leading resorts. This delightful hill station goes back to the medieval period ruled at one point by the Mughals. Later it turned out to be a part of the Kashmir kingdom under the rule of the local Hindu kings.
This princely state kept on existing until after independence it was merged into India. Pahalgam is encompassed by many intriguing visiting destinations. Among them is Baisaran’s rising pastures. The huge meadows encompassed by thickly lush pine forests present a lovely scene. Then there is Hajan while in transit to Chandanwari, a mainstream excursion spot. Hajan is an Indian film industry’s prevalent shooting area. Pahalgam’s slope station has inside it eight little towns. One of the towns is Mammal, which houses a fifth-century old Shiva sanctuary. Pahalgam also incorporates a portion of Asia’s only saffron-growing areas.
Pahalgam is additionally associated with the religious yatra of Amarnath Cave. Chandanwari is the beginning stage of the Amarnath yatra, 16 km from Pahalgam. The yatra is held yearly in Sawan’s Hindu month.
Pahalgam further gives travellers shopping facilities. It is very well known with nearby shops for wool products, for example, Gabbas and Namdas. It is conceivable to attempt various exercises while in Pahalgam. Trekking is one of them. A portion of Pahalgam’s celebrated treks is the Pahalgam – Sonamarg Trek and the treks to Chandanwari, Glacier Kolahoi and Lake Sheshnag.