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Watch Video: Serenity of Kashmir’s Bangus Valley is making netizens amazed

The video shows clear water streaming down the hilly meadow with horses grazing amidst the lush green grass.

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New Delhi: Kashmir is rightly called ‘Paradise on Earth’ as every corner is filled with natural beauty. A video of Kashmir’s mesmerizing beauty is going viral on social media and the place has again kept its reputation high.

The clipping has been shared by Norwegian diplomat Erik Solheim which shows the Bangus Valley, situated in the Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir. The video shows clear water streaming down the hilly meadow with horses grazing amidst the lush green grass.

Sharing the video, Erik Solheim has captioned it, “Incredible India! This heaven is located in Jammu and Kashmir, called Bangus Valley.”

See the video here:

Since the moment of its share, the video has garnered over 214,000 views and more than 10,000 likes.

Netizens are flooding the comment sections being captivated by the beauty of Kashmir. One of the netizens wrote, “Thanks Sir you for sharing this beautiful video otherwise some people here, think about only and only Switzerland,” while another wrote, “Gateway to Kupwara …….The Valley is as beautiful as Gulmarg and Pahalgam, but less spoiled and more pristine.”

See some of the reactions here:

Notably, the Bangus Valley is known for its highlands and diverse range of flora and fauna. It is as beautiful as Gulmarg and Pahalgam, however, it is less spoiled and more serene. The valley gets its name from the Sanskrit words “Ban” meaning Forest and “Gus” meaning grass.

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