A Year of Kashmir Valley - A complete summary of a year's culture

A Year of Kashmir Valley - A complete summary of a year's culture


A Year of Kashmir Valley - A complete summary of a year's culture

A Year of Kashmir Valley - A complete summary of a year's culture

Today we will talk about the hilly regions of Azad Kashmir where a year consists of various fascinating seasons and sights and where every new day brings the sun shining with a new refreshing sun. The way of life here and the ways here bear witness to a culture that is thousands of years old. Surprisingly, many languages are spoken in Kashmir, among which Kashmiri, Pahari, Hindiko, Gujri and Shina are the main languages. And every language has its own history and culture.

Starting from the beginning of the year i.e. with the arrival of Spring, we know what visions come to mind when it comes to Spring and Kashmir. Spring usually begins in mid-March, when the valley's snow melts and irrigates the ground, heralding the beginning of a new era and a new life in the valley. The arrival of spring is announced by a yellow flower which is the first to be seen, and from here on, flowers of beautiful colors are everywhere.

Birds returning from migration are chirping everywhere. With the onset of spring, the people of the valley also have a new spirit and they too are refreshed and engaged in their fields and other activities, the first of which is plowing the lands and generally the hilly areas. Maize, potato, beans, kadam, radish, taphar and peas etc. are sown in it. The first fruit to ripen is the cherry variety, which is also ready to eat. People who eat fruits do not forget to subscribe and follow my channel, so you should also subscribe.

At the same time in the valley, where the paths closed by snow are opened, the arrival of tourists also starts and there is a chance to walk everywhere. When the rivers are changing, the springs are also boiling, like everything has a childhood period.

At the same time, the crops sown by the inhabitants of the valley are also growing, and now the people of the valley take their cattle and go away from the village in shelters or huts made of wood in order to protect the crops. Live in temporary homes. In this way their crop is protected and people take all necessary measures to improve the crop, among which Gudi is an important practice and other in-crop weed control and harvesting by traditional methods. Watering is also included.
At the same time, the people of the valley live in healthy air and consume healthy foods, including pure indigenous milk, butter and ghee, while the consumption of wild vegetables, a treasure of strength, brings a new glow to the body. . These wild vegetables are not only used in spring and summer, but the same vegetables are dried and used for winter.
Now the summer season has come, so the people who went to the cities return to the village and spend the summer in the village. At the same time, the crop is now quite large and people now cut grass to make winter feed for their cattle. After harvesting, the grass is dried and preserved in traditional ways.

After haying, now is the season of the beginning of autumn, autumn is a fascinating season in the valley, then the harvesting of corn and other crops is started, and now the corn crop is cut and cleaned and Other crops are also cleaned and stored for winter and some are sold to buy winter food. Bakhsh is flour.

And now the famous fruits of the valley are also ready to be harvested and sold either while some are stored for the winter, along with the famous souvenir of the valley, the pure honey of the little bee. which people send to their loved ones as gifts and some are sold and some are kept in winter to prevent diseases.

In recent years due to climate change and other reasons in the cultivation of crops There has been a clear decline in livestock due to reduction in grazing land and therefore dung used as fertilizer has also decreased, leading to reduced crop growth. has been The situation has reached such a point that now people are forced to eat even potatoes by buying them from the market.

Now that the winter season has started, now is the time of some trouble for the people of the valley, in which they have to arrange food items, firewood, and medicines for the winter. For groceries, some people bring goods directly from cities while others buy goods from local vendors. Whereas local dispensaries or medical stores and army hospitals are dependent for medicines.

While civil hospitals generally lack services. Now the most important issue is firewood. For which people do not have any fuel other than wild wood. For which some people are forced to cut old wood from the forest and some people are forced to cut trees. And this is the reason why thousands of young trees are cut every year and the government is not taking any special measures for this purpose.
Severe cold starts from November and measures related to warm clothes and other winters are taken. Due to the cold weather, even a small amount of rain leads to snow, which blocks the streams and disrupts the life system.
Where life is affected by snow, but there one can see the great season of nature, which millions of people long to see. January and February and till mid-March there is heavy snowfall. Up to 6 feet of snow is common. Meanwhile, transportation in the hilly areas is on foot and in some areas by 4x4 vehicles. While in some important areas, people are brought and sent by army helicopter.

During the snow season, there are many times of damage due to snow slides and due to the mountainous terrain and lack of transportation facilities, problems are faced. In many Barwadis, critically ill people have to be carried on shoulders to the nearest big hospitals. Truth be told, the 3 months of winter are quite a tough time in Hussain and Jameel Valley with countless blessings. But then from March onwards the same new life begins which we have talked about in the beginning.

Whatever weather nature has given to Kashmir is no less than a blessing. Every view in Kashmir is a view of paradise. And if you also want to travel to Kashmir, first get information and then travel. You can contact us on the numbers and links given on the screen.

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