Tulip Garden: A Photographic Essay

by Bilal Bahadur

SRINAGAR: Located in the foothills of the Zabarwan Hills, overlooking Dal Lake, the Tulip Garden was officially opened to visitors on Wednesday.

The tulip garden remains open for about a month because the lifespan of tulips does not exceed 15-17 days.
Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta declared the garden open in the presence of senior officials from the Floriculture Department, Tourism Department, J&K Bank and a large number of tourists from different parts of the country. in addition to premises.
Regarding the tulip garden, it was informed that more than 1.5 million tulips of 60 varieties and colors will bloom this year.
A Delhi couple posing for a photo at the Tulip Garden on its first day of opening on March 23, 2022
A group of tourists from Gujarat at the tulip garden.
Additional plants like daffodils, hyacinths, narcissus and other ornamental plants are planted here to adorn the area, making the tulip garden one of the major attractions for tourists from different parts of the country and the world.

The Chief Secretary also inaugurated the electronic ticketing service enabled by J&K Bank for visitors, becoming the first visitor to generate an electronic ticket. He said queuing for a long time was tedious for visitors, so e-ticketing was introduced to make tourists’ visit hassle-free.

Commending J&K Bank for its user-friendly initiatives, Dr. AK Mehta said the Bank renders outstanding services and I commend the management for developing an online portal well on schedule.

Electronic reservation provision has been made available on the Department of Floriculture website from day one to enable tourists and visitors to plan their visit conveniently online.

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