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Shikara Di Tasik Dal, Pelancongan & Rekreasi Kashmir

Tasik Dal adalah sebuah tasik di Srinagar, ibu kota musim panas di utara India, negeri Jammu dan Kashmir . Bandar tasik, yang merupakan bandar kedua terbesar merupakan bahagian integral untuk pelancongan dan rekreasi di Kashmir dan digelarkan sebagai “Permata di Mahkota Kashmir” atau “Jewel Srinagar”. Tasik ini juga merupakan sumber penting untuk operasi komersil dalam dan sumber air bersih.

Shikara

Garis pantai tasik, sekitar 15,5 kilometer merangkumi boulevard yang berjajar dengan era kebun Mughal, taman, rumah perahu dan hotel. Rumah perahu (houseboat) di sepanjang tasik dihiaskan dalam berwarna-warni disebut shikaras. Semasa musim sejuk, suhu kadang-kadang mencapai -11 ° C (12,2 ° F) dan pembekuan tasik.

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Sepanjang kami berada dalam shikara yang mengelilingi Tasik Dal itu, ramai penjual atau peniaga yang merapati shikara yang kami naiki untuk menjual barangan mereka terutamnya cenderahati dan zafron. Kashmir adalah antara pengeluar zafron yang terbesar di dunia.

Tasik Dal

Tasik Dal ini merupakan sebuah kawasan larangan untuk bot-bot berenjin,  sebab itulah makanya airnya sangat jernih.

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Kedai-kedai di Tasik Dal  semuanya adalah di atas air. Pelancong harus menaiki shikara dari satu kedai ke satu kedai yang lain untuk shopping.

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Pendek kata, ianya merupakan suatu pengalaman menarik buat saya ketika melancong ke Kashmir, India yang pada waktu itu pula adalah musim sejuk.

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jom saksikan video Tasik Dal / Dal Lake video

Dal Lake has rightfully become an icon of the Kashmir tourism industry. A Himalayan urban lake, it has five basins and a number of channels that are well linked with each other. There are plenty of fishes in Dal Lake and fishery is the second largest industry of the region centered on the lake. The sparkling quiet waters of Dal surrounded by snow-capped mountains on its three sides, undoubtedly mark it as one of the most beautiful lakes of India.

It is also the second largest lake in the State of Jammu and Kashmir with numerous gardens and orchards all along its shores. Houseboats form an indelible part of the scenery of the Dal Lake that are always ready to take tourists to a romantic and peaceful ride of the lake and soothe their nerves as the houseboat floats over the slightly rippling waters. They also offer some of the most exotic views of the splendid scenery of the Dal Lake.

There are Shikaras that look like small ornate versions of the gondolas of Venice that offers ferry rides to and from the banks of the lake to the houseboats. The shores of the Lake houses the distinct Moghul monuments and the campus of the Kashmir University while the two hillocks overlooking the lake house Shankaracharya and Hari Parbat temples. The glorious Mughal gardens on its shores contribute to the beauty of the Dal Lake. Out of about five hundred gardens laid down in 16th to 17th century, only a few still survive.

There have been controversies about the origin of the Dal Lake. While some geologists believe that the origins of Dal Lake lie in the Pleistocene Oligotrophic Lake that once covered the entire valley of Kashmir, others just believe it to be a flood plain lake. The floating gardens of Dal Lake are considered a beauty in themselves. One can find a number of restaurants and hotels at the lakefront that have sprung up, encouraged by the large influx of tourists here.

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