rinagar is a very pretty town with river Jhelum running through it and the many bridges connecting the two banks over several canals. Chinar trees are of one of the main flora of the Kashmir valley along with pine and deodar trees. During the autumn season, Chinar trees are famous for putting up the show of colors of fire. But it was spring season and it was all green now. The swooshing sound from the swaying trees was in perfect harmony with the beautiful surroundings. The houses were mainly made of wood with sloped roofs and usually very huge with at least two floors. There were many army men to be seen everywhere. During the course of the four days that I stayed in Srinagar, I fell in love with the bridges. It was a dreamlike setting and I was staring at everything and everyone with such wide open eyes not wanting to miss any detail.
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