Nature has endowed Kashmir, the northern territory of India, with implausible beauty and is rightly called as “Paradise on Earth”. … Picture perfect landscapes: From the majestic Pir Panjal ranges and thickly scented Kashmir cypress branches to the meandering rivers and verdant meadows, every corner of the valley is filled with great beauty. In Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir, is also beautiful in another way: “The houseboats” They are usually moored at the edges of the Dal Lake and Nageen lakes. Some of the houseboats there were built in the early 1900s, and are still being rented out to tourists. These houseboats are made of wood and usually have intricately carved wood paneling. Living on a houseboat is often significantly cheaper than a traditional home. The average annual cost of living on a houseboat is estimated at only around $6,000. This is one of the reasons why many seniors have chosen to retire on houseboats—they offer an inexpensive, alternative living option. Let’s take you to one of the houseboats where we spent a significant part of our lives. Hope you like it.
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