>> Proposed Buddhist Circuits at Parihaspur and Harwan
According to ancient Buddhist sources, Buddhism was introduced in Kashmir during the reign of Emperor Ashoka in the 3rd Century B.C, after the conclusion of the 3rd Buddhist Council at Patliputra. For the next sixteen centuries the religion flourished in Kashmir, as the valley became an important centre of Buddhist philosphy. The above mentioned project aims at conserving and focussing the rich Buddhist Heritage in Kashmir.
>> Proposed Tourist Village at Akingaam
The valley of Kashmir is much famed both for its natural beauty as well as the artistic creations of its habitants. The place, its crafts and the mode of life of its dwellers has been vividly described by poets, historians and travelers down the ages. Yet within the confines of its majestic locations, the life of the people of Kashmir has been a constant struggle against the harshness of climate as well as the prevailing socio-political set up. The ironies and hypocrisy of such a decadent social system have been captured since distant time by the wandering minstrels of Kashmir known as Bhands