Kashmir has been blessed by Mother Nature with wonderful scenic beauty and rich natural resources like water, pollution free environ and over all a salubrious climate.
Kashmir has four seasons and unlike rest of India there is no heavy moon soon.
Now that the summer is just to slip the magic of Autumn is all to set to be here.Chinars (The magnificiant trees like maple in Canada) are the real wonder watch in this season,The chinar leaves change the color from green to golden brown in fact a buring/fire color…and it looks fire on these wonderfull magniciant trees in the autumn season.Every falling leaf is a spactacular watch and the WALK on these fallen leaves in just wonderful again.It is indeed ROMANTIC,the ROMANCE at its best……….you can have a walk of your life if you enjoy walking ALONE…..and you can have the BEST walk of your life if you walk with your COMPANION.The sound when you walk on these fallen leaves, and the scene of falling leaves,the Chinars trees GRACEFULLY getting naked to embrace winter,to hug and kiss the snow that gives NEW life to these magic trees to give birth to new leaves and than a wonderfull fall again…….no doubt one has got to be lucky to watch this WONDERFUL FALL..and the wonder tree of life……THE CHINAR..and The Autumn in KASHMIR.
The most awaited season in Jammu and Kashmir sets in the month of September. It is autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. Everything turns to gold. The sight of the landscape has a magnetic appeal then. The red-carpeted gardens are a treat to the eyes. Temperatures rise to a maximum of 23 degrees in the morning but the nights are relatively colder. The weather is very conducive for the tourists to take delight in the sights, sounds and smell of this idyllic land. The vibrant valleys, the rustle of the fallen leaves, the fragrance of flowers are there to enchant you. The onset of autumn, perhaps Kashmir’s loveliest season, is towards September when green turns to gold and then to russet and red. The highest day temperatures in September are around 23oC and night temperatures dip to 10oC by October and further drop by November, when heavy woollens are essential.