Best places in India to witness snowfall this winter
It is the dawn of another winter season in India and like always Indians look forward to witness snowfall. Well who won't be interested in snowfall? After all it is not so common in India. For people living in cities a get away to a hill station is the perfect winter vacation plan. Even for the children watching snowfall is an equally amusing thing.
Photo for representation Despite the fact that countries like Switzerland and Britain have the best snowfall the diverse India has also picturesque snow capped peak. Here are the best places in India to witness snowfall this winter:
1. Gulmarg (Kashmir): The paradise on Earth Kashmir barely has a summer season. Gulmarg is a popular skeeing destination and an iconic tourist destination in Kashmir. The snow covered pines and the exotic experience of skeeing is worth cherishing for a lifetime.
2. Shimla: The capital of Himachal Pradesh Shimla is a popular winter destination in India. The months of December and January witness heavy snowfall in Shimla hence attracting tourists in large number.
3. Manali: Featured in many Bollywood movies Manali is one of the most favoured hill stations in India. Greenary beautiful snowfall clear streams add to the beauty of Manali. During Christmas and New Year many local and foreign visitors visit here.
4. Tawang: This Northeast hill station is one of the least explored places in India. Located in a remote area of Arunachal Pradesh Tawang is one of those places which get snowfall throughout the year. Known for the beautiful Buddhist monasteries Tawang's beauty is still untouched and a treat to the eyes.
5. Pahalgam: Another wonder in Kashmir Pahalgam is the starting point of Amarnath Yatra. The famous tourist attraction includes snow covered peaks and frozen lakes. The environment is Pahalgam is clean and well maintained for tourists.
List of Delhi Metro Route Maps
The capital of India is Delhi-NCR's metro rail transport system, operated by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited, millions of people ride every day on the Delhi Metro.
Here we have tried to show the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and Delhi Metro Map, better ways of fare and connectivity related information. And in keeping with the vision of the Delhi Metro, the purpose of which is to make a public-friendly transport system. With this facility, people will easily find Delhi Metro Route, Line, Platform and all information related to rent.
Delhi Metro is the largest and busiest metro in India, and the world's 9th longest Metro system is in the longest and 16th largest ride, the network has eight color-coded regular lines, with a total length of 317 kilometers (197 miles) Which serves 229 stations (Airport Express Line and Interchange Stations, including 6 stations). You can get all the details by clicking on the metro line below.
- Delhi Metro Orange Line
The Airport Express Line or Delhi Airport Metro Express is a Delhi Metro line from New Delhi Metro Station to Dwarka Sector 21, linking the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
- Delhi Metro Green Line
The Delhi Metro Green Line consists of 17 metro stations starting from Inderlok and Mundka. The length of the complete line is 18.46 Km. A branch line connecting the line's from Ashok Park Main station with Kirti Nagar station on the Blue Line
- Delhi Metro Blue Line
The Delhi Metro Blue Line consists of 44 metro stations starting from Dwarka Sector 21 and ending at Noida City Center. The Length of the complete line is 50.56 Km. An additional branch line is also incorporated from Vaishali to Yamuna Bank, with a length of 6.25 km.
- Delhi Metro Red Line
The Delhi Metro Red Line consists of 21 metro stations starting from Dilshad Garden and ending at Rithala. The Length of the complete line is 25.15 Km. The line connects East-Northeast-North-Northwest Delhi.
- Airport Express Line
Delhi Airport Metro Express Line of Delhi Metro runs between New Delhi Metro Station to Dwarka Sector 21. Also known as the Orange Line, the total length of this line is 22.7 Km.
- Delhi Metro Violet Line
The Delhi Metro Voilet Line (Badarpur metro line) consists of 16 metro stations starting from and Central Secretariat station of Voilet Line with Badarpur. The Length of the complete line is 20.16 Km.
- Delhi Metro Yellow Line
The Delhi Metro Yellow Line consists of 34 metro stations starting from Jahangirpuri in Delhi to HUDA City Centre in the neighboring city of Gurgaon. The Yellow Line is that the second Line of the Delhi Metro and therefore the initial underground line.Its 44.36 kilometres (27.56 mi) long and Run From North to South and connects Jahangirpuri with HUDA City Center in Gurgaon.
- Delhi Metro Pink Line
The newly inaugurated stretch is part of the 59-km-long pink line, which spans from Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar. With this, only a 1.4-km stretch between Mayur Vihar Pocket-1 and Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake stations remain to be linked.
- Delhi Metro Magenta Line
With the commencement of this section, the operation will begin on 38.2 km long caridor between Janakpuri West and Botanical Gardens. In this line, the changing of Metro will be in Janakpuri West and Hauz Khas.