With the addition of Asia's largest Tulip garden, Srinagar has further cemented the "heavenly" reputation of Jammu and Kashmir. The garden will increase the Valley's appeal to tourists by showcasing 16 lakh tulips in 68 different types.
The Department of Floriculture has extended the water channels for the garden's gorgeous fountains, which will also be on exhibit there. Manoj Sinha, the lieutenant governor of Jammu and Kashmir, officially opened the park.
The garden was praised by Department of Floriculture Commissioner Secretary Sheikh Fayaz as a great way to increase the tourist destination and support local employment. Visitors who were admiring the scene praised the tulips' attractiveness and the workers' efforts.
16 lakh tulips in 68 different varieties, including four new ones, will be present in the garden this year. The Lt. Governor extended an invitation to travelers from around the globe to come to J&K to experience the mesmerizing beauty of 16 Lakh tulip flowers.
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