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Geography Of Jammu and Kashmir

Leave your footprints all over the world! Know your destination through geography.

Located almost entirely in the Himalayas, the state of Jammu & Kashmir is bordered by Punjab and Himachal Pradesh in the south. Towards the north-east and east lie the regions administered by China. Towards the south-west lies Pakistan and towards the north-west lies the Pakistani-administered portion of Kashmir. The larger region in which the state is situated is called Kashmir. The terrain is majorly mountainous with valleys and glacier-fed rivers. A significant geographical feature is the Pir-Panjal range which is the southern-most mountain range of the Himalayas. This range along with the western end of the Greater Himalayas forms the breath-taking valley of Kashmir. The Karakoram Range straddles the Indian and Pakistani sectors of the Kashmir region and has some of the highest peaks in the whole world such as K2. The Dal Lake and its floating market are a visual treat for the eyes as colors explode and fresh produce is traded every day. Apple-picking at an orchard is another picturesque and indulgent activity you must do here. 

 

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