It’s not just pretty. Chai Jaai, Srinagar, is a great example of repurposing a heritage building for contemporary use If you’ve been to Kashmir, you will know that kahwa is ubiquitous there,…
Much praised in poetry and often captured on celluloid, Kashmir has been considered India’s crowning jewel for eons. We go beyond the scintillating beauty of the region to understand the warp and weft of the cultural fabric of Kashmir, explore desirable destinations, check out its most memorable hotels, and deep dive into interesting experiences. We guide you to the purveyors of its rich crafts, taste some of its deeply rooted traditional dishes as well as tap into the latest culinary offerings and trends sweeping through the valley.
Less than a year old, but Kashmir Rare is already making a mark in the world of Indian gourmet brands, with its authentic and organic produce.
The calorie and nutrient dense Ramzan special dish can also be great for health, provided it’s had in moderation.
Once the private home of the state’s erstwhile rulers, the intimate boutique hotel promises a decadent stay surrounded by lush orchards, rich antiques and royal service.
Kashmiri Kebabs are also known as shammi kebabs or Syrian kebabs, a delicious mix of meat and home-made spices cooked in a clay oven.