‘Hiya Srinagar. Goodbye Switzerland’: Anand Mahindra shares alluring footage of Kashmir. See submit


Industrialist Anand Mahindra, who typically shares inspiring and knowledge-powered posts, on Sunday shared some beautiful footage of Kashmir blanketed with snow. The chairman of Mahindra Group wrote, “Hiya Srinagar. Goodbye Switzerland…”.

Subsequently, netizens responded to Mahindra’s tweet sharing alluring photographs of snowclad mountains from different elements of India.

One person wrote, “I actually respect if large tycoon of India promotes Himalayan Tourism over Hyped Switzerland…. it is going to increase our tourism…”

Beforehand additionally, Anand Mahindra has shared beatific photographs of different Indian locations. Final week, on January 11, the enterprise tycoon shared a sundown picture on the Himalayas and wrote, “Oh I couldn’t resist retweeting this one… Stunning. Really our Unimaginable India”.

Kashmir valley is presently below the grip of the 40-day harshest winter interval generally known as ‘Chilla-i-Kalan’ which started on December 21 final yr.

‘Chilla-i-Kalan’ is a interval when a chilly wave grips the area and the temperature drops significantly resulting in the freezing of water our bodies together with the well-known Dal Lake right here in addition to the water provide strains in a number of elements of the valley.

The probabilities of snowfall are probably the most frequent and most throughout this era and most areas, particularly within the greater reaches, obtain heavy to very heavy snowfall.

The ‘Chilla-i-Kalan’ will finish on January 31, however the chilly wave continues even after that in Kashmir with a 20-day-long ‘Chillai-Khurd’ (small chilly) and a 10-day-long ‘Chillai-Bachha’ (child chilly).

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