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Srinagar's iconic Tulip Garden

Srinagar's iconic Tulip Garden
  • Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)
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    Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)

  • Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)
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    Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)

  • Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)
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    Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)

  • Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)
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    Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)

  • Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)
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    Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)

  • Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)
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    Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)

  • Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)
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    Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)

  • Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)
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    Close to 50,000 tourists have visited Srinagar s iconic Tulip Garden the largest in Asia since it was opened to the public on March 27. With the tulips expected to remain in bloom for at least another fortnight, authorities expect the garden to attract over 1,00,000 tourists by the end of the month. Once known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was opened in 2008 by then Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and is spread over 15 hectares at the foothills of the Zabarwan range. It has emerged as a must visit destination for tourists arriving in the Jammu and Kashmir capital in March April. (Photo IANS)

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