It was on 2nd September 2014, when Jammu & Kashmir witnessed unfortunate floods all across because of the heavy rainfall which it received during the last phase of the monsoon season. On 5th September, the Jhelum River in Srinagar was seen flowing at 22.40 feet (6.83 mtr) which was 4.40 feet (1.34 mtr) above the danger mark.
Ariel view of flood effected city Srinagar
What actually happened when the flood hit Jammu and Kashmir
Flood disaster in Kashmir (A National Calamity)
The Resilient Kashmir Strikes Back: Tourism in Kashmir After Flood
How can we help Kashmir?
Why Promote Tourism in Kashmir After Flood
Kashmir: A Pastiche of Paradise
Places in Kashmir which were not impacted by flood
We agree to the fact that it is not that easy to recover from a big disaster. But, Kashmir has a different story to it. Many areas of this valley were thankfully unaffected by the floods. Some of these areas include Gulmarg, Sonamarg and Pahalgam. The good thing is that these three destinations are counted among the star attractions of Kashmir.