Badamwari Garden is situated on the foothills of Koh-e-Maran/Hari Parvat, this garden is truly a sight to cheer!
During the spring season, the almond and cherry trees are in full bloom, and the whole park is transformed into a magical wonderland. It’s like stepping into a painting, with vibrant colors and sweet aromas all around. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the local nomads who used to call this place home.
The garden is not just a feast for the senses, but also has a rich history. It’s believed to have existed before the 14th century ruler, Sultan Zain-ul-Abidin, and has a dome-shaped structure named after Warris Shah, an Afghan Ruler. So, while you’re enjoying the beauty of nature, don’t forget to brush up on your history!
But the best part about Badamwari Garden? It’s not usually crowded! That’s right, you can enjoy the tranquil beauty of the park without having to jostle for space with hordes of tourists. It’s the perfect spot for a family picnic, a romantic stroll, or just a peaceful afternoon with a good book.
So, what are you waiting for? Mark your calendars for March, pack your bags, and head to Srinagar for an unforgettable springtime adventure at Badamwari Garden. And who knows, you might even catch some local artists performing traditional Kashmiri folk songs and dances during the opening ceremony!
P.S. Don’t forget to bring your camera – you’ll want to capture every breathtaking moment!