The Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden in Srinagar has been opened to the public on Wednesday.
The garden, located at Siraj Bagh Cheshmashahi, in Jammu and Kashmir’s capital, is the largest tulip garden in Asia and was the first major landscaping project undertaken in Kashmir since the Mughal times.
Since 2007, at this time every year, the garden, located on the slopes of the Zabarwan hills, is opened for visitors.
It is filled with rows of red, orange, yellow, purple and mauve tulips.
The flowers bloom for about 15 -30 days in a year, between the end of March and early April.
This garden has often formed the background for a number of Bollywood and other movies.(Minimal edits applied, story generated from syndicated ANI feed)