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Nature Paints Kashmir In Vermilion

By UMAR GANIE
November 16, 2021 08:52 IST
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The arrival of autumn in Srinagar marks its presence by changing the chinar leaves to orange-red.

Autumn, locally known as Harud, is a season of harvest in Kashmir with trees changing their colours to red while the days become shorter as winter approaches.

Please click on the images for a better look at picturesque Srinagar.

IMAGE: Sit under the shade of the tree by the lake and gaze at the shikaras floating on the water.
All photographs: Umar Ganie for Rediff.com

 

IMAGE: A perfect picture for the family album.

 

IMAGE: A place where young and old become the same age.

 

IMAGE: The best place to take a stroll in Srinagar's famed Mughal Gardens.

 

IMAGE: Time to freeze the moment and cherish it later.

 

IMAGE: Aha! That's the right angle; let me capture the water splurt behind you.

 

IMAGE: The Mughal gardens, painted in shades of red, green and yellow.

 

IMAGE: It's selfie time!

 

IMAGE: A Walk in Fairyland.

 

IMAGE: Lost in Nature's Painting.

 

Photographs curated by Manisha Kotian/Rediff.com
Feature Presentation: Ashish Narsale/Rediff.com

 

 
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