JANTROON DHAR:After successful conclusion of recently held Golden Jubilee celebrations of 'Annual Dangal' traditional wrestling, I decided to share few pictures from different sources I received right from the heights of Jantroon Dhar, in Thathri, Doda. the real treasure of Doda district, which remain unexplored, neglected and out of sight for the tourism lovers. However, whenever I got the chance, I tried highlighting it. Have a look, on a brief writeup dates back in the year 2011... http://ajmeralam.blogspot.com/2011/06/where-is-jk-tourism-ministry.html
Contact:-firstname.lastname@example.org/Cell:-919906103001 *Foreign tourists invited to visit the State *Intellectuals, people ofLondon, appreciate Omar’s view initiative
Chief Minister, Mr. Omar Abdullah today immediately after reaching London visited Jammu and Kashmir stall in London Exhibition and also addressed seminar organized by International reputed organization Pacific Asia Travel Writers Association (PATWA) in London. The well known personalities, intellectuals, writers, tour operators and social organizations participated in the seminar, besides Kumari Shelija, Union Tourism Minister, the Tourism Minister, J&K State, Mr. Nawang Rigzin Jora, Minister of State for Tourism, Mr. Nasir Aslam Wani, Secretary Tourism, Mrs. Tanveer Jehan, Director Tourism Mr. Farooq Ahmad Shah were also present along with Chief Minister of J&K State.There was maximum participation of youth of London in the seminar who view Omar Abdullah as the Icon of young generation of the world. The Chief Minist…
BHADERWAH: The illegal felling
of green Cedar (Deodar) and pine trees despite Supreme Court ban is fast
depriving Jammu and Kashmir of its precious forest wealth.
The state is losing its green sheen fast as the forest land has shrunk from
20,230 sq km to just 7,590 sq km as per data furnished by the state Department
of Forests earlier this year.
Jammu and Kashmir State which is praised for its greenery
and thick forest attract lots of national and international Tourists who visit
here and give boost to our state economy; also generate multidimensional public
sector employment among 69.7% un-employed youths in Jammu province and 29% un-employed
youth in Kashmir province. The Black Gold in shape of Black Cedar ( Deodar)
which in this country is available only in Bhaderwah range hills after
Germany in the world , also help to
maintain ecological balance and rises ample revenue to the state treasury.