This Facebook Page Is Showing Us Just Why Kashmir Is One Of The Most Beautiful Places In The World

By Biya Haq | 18 Jan, 2018

Kashmir has always been a topic of controversy when it comes to Pakistan. Whether it’s because of politics, violence or a matter of anger, one thing always seems to fall through the cracks. It’s beauty.

Kashmir is one of the most beautiful places in the world and the Facebook page, “Kashmir Through My Lens,” is proof of that.

Focused on revealing the beauty of the area, the page shares the most beautiful landscapes and sceneries of Kashmir, alongside absolutely beautiful poetry.

Lately I have come across people who are reluctant to visit Kashmir. I understand where the fear is coming from – people…

Posted by Kashmir Through My Lens on Sonntag, 14. Januar 2018

How stunning is that reflection?

Fly oh dear heart, fly!Be where my beloved is,Take all my letters alongwhich remain engraved on your flesh and…

Posted by Kashmir Through My Lens on Sonntag, 14. Januar 2018

Imagine being on that boat, all day, relaxing and taking in nature like this.

I remember your fragrancethat you've left in the gardens here,in the lanes of my city,deep down in my memory.I…

Posted by Kashmir Through My Lens on Freitag, 12. Januar 2018

Honestly, why do we ever want to travel outside of Pakistan when this is in our midst?

I would have rowed my shikara to you, my belovedBut you know our Jhelum is curfewed….Shot on #pixel2xl…

Posted by Kashmir Through My Lens on Sonntag, 24. Dezember 2017

Not only that, the page sheds light on the beauty of its people.

Tahira- the gujjar girl from Mujpathri, Budgam. We call her "Sharbat Gula of Kashmir"She loves singing and dancing, we witnessed that while on an assignment at Government Primary School, Mujpathri.

Posted by Kashmir Through My Lens on Samstag, 13. Januar 2018


I will be sharing portraits which I took over last few months traveling in Kashmir. The first from the series …

Posted by Kashmir Through My Lens on Samstag, 13. Januar 2018


This is Mehak, she lives at a small village in Lolab area of Kupwara district. Mehak lives with her mother and siblings,…

Posted by Kashmir Through My Lens on Montag, 15. Januar 2018


Story 1, Part 2..Harud (autumn) was knocking at the door, children were playing in the saffron fields, men & women…

Posted by Kashmir Through My Lens on Sonntag, 20. November 2016


It is refreshing to be reminded of the beauty and solidarity of our people and our land through pages like this. It is important to remember that no matter what may be happening in our government and around the world, it is important to remember what really matters to us.

Did you enjoy the pictures? Have you already like this page? What do you think about the beauty of Kashmir? Let us know in the comments below! Love you.

Cover photo via: Kashmir Through My Lens/ Facebook

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