Over 700 people including guests from various parts of India; J&K police, civil, tourism officials present, Series of musical concerts to mesmerize visitors
Srinagar, Apr 03: Jammu and Kashmir’s Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and Kerala Governor Arif Muhammad Khan Saturday jointly inaugurated the two-day Tulip festival at the Tulip garden located in the foothills of Zabarwan Mountains overlooking the famous Dal Lake in Srinagar.
Hundreds of people including dignitaries from various parts of India, top officials of police, administration and the tourism department besides a large number of tourists are present in the garden. The tourism department has organized a series of musical and cultural shows to enthral the audience in the garden, officials told news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO)
LG Sinha and Kerala Governor Khan inaugurated the Tulip festival by cutting the ribbon and lighting a candle. Earlier, LG Sinha laid the foundation stone of the Ornamental Cherry Theme Garden on the rear side of the garden. At least 15 lakh Tulip bulbs are in full bloom at Asia’s largest Tulip garden spread over 35 acres of land—(KNO) (Story developing…. To be updated)
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