Jammu & Kashmir Fought with the Natural Disaster

Jammu and Kashmir, a heaven of the earth placed on the northern region of India that covered with a snow-capped mountain ranges, beautiful flower valleys and lakes. It is one of the famous destinations of the nation for the group holidays, adventures or honeymoon trips. All the Himalayan regions are famous for various adventurous trips like Mountain Climbing, Trekking, Mountain Biking, Skiing, Jeep Safari etc.

As of September 2nd, 2014 onwards – a dark time in Indian history, Jammu & Kashmir battled with the natural disaster (worst floods). The entire state was hit by heavy incessant rain. It is a traveling season time, when travelers go to enjoy their vacation in Kashmir valley, but now a days the travelers trapped on the top floor of their hotels and wait for the rescue team without having food.

According to them, the government authorities don’t have enough rescue team. Thousands of resident people and vacationers left stranded in the flood.

Stranded travelers statements are “We have been stuck here for five days, living in one room.” “It’s all so horrible. I want to get out of here soon.”


This natural disaster can decrease the economic growth of Indian tourism for next coming time. That day, the Indian travel industry faces lots of mishaps through the Kashmir flood disaster. So, no one wants to go there for the next coming time, until the situation becomes under control.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi takes various favorable steps for immediate and proactive action. He announced thousand Crore fund for flood relief and rehabilitation.

By Mr. Rajeev Chauhan Posted in Travel

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