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Why to visit Pulwama

Pulwama is a tiny town in the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir's northern state. Pulwama is the state's sixth largest city, located 25 kilometres from Srinagar. This region is regarded as the "Anand of Kashmir," which loosely translates as "Kashmir's bliss."

It features apple orchards, waterfalls, natural springs, and gorgeous landscapes. Pulwama was established in 1979 in the wider interests of maintaining peace and order, tighter oversight, more effective control, and, most importantly, ensuring the area's balanced growth. Pulwama is made up of 550 villages that are governed by a single law.

The weather in Pulwama, which is nestled in the Himalayan hills, is lovely all year, but April to October is the best time to come.The months of December to February are ideal for people seeking cold winds and white snow.

Buses and taxis are accessible at reasonable prices at a distance of roughly 40 kilometres from Srinagar.

FAQ on Pulwama

What is the typical Pulwama cuisine?

Pulwama has a few decent dhabas that serve spicy Indian food. The famed Wazwan (royal multi-course feast with 36 courses). . Tujji (mutton tikka or mutton seekh kebab) and Qabargaah (fried rack of lamb) are some of the local specialties.

What are the best places to stay in Pulwama?

There are 249 rooms available in Pulwama that can be reserved through our website. Young Shahzada Group of Houseboats. . Sikandra Palace Group of Houseboats. . Lake Victoria Group of House Boats are the most popular hotels in Pulwama.

Special Tip

Aside from the view and valley, the city provides a variety of adventure activities, one can indulge in, such as mountaineering and trekking in the summer and skiing and snowboarding in the winter.

By Abhilasha Prasad

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