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    Water bodies have become playing fields in Kashmir due to intense cold

    Due to severe freezing temperatures, water bodies have been freezed and became playing fields in Kashmir. Even Kashmir's famous Dal Lake have freezes due to severe cold temperature and children are playing cricket on the Lake.
    A forty-days (21 Dec to Jan 30)harsh winter called Chillia Kalan in Kashmiri is proceeding in Kashmir. Lakes and water bodies are freezing, and even water pipes get blocked. Winters are intense in Kashmir, roads are blocked due to snow, electricity and water are also affected. When the rest of the country is warmer, Kashmir is in sever cold grip.
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    Kashmir is like to some European and North Asian countries in this regard as winter is very severe there. This thread made me to recollect an article that I read about the Baikal lake located in Russian region of Siberia, just north of the Mongolian border. This lake also gets solidified in the winter and even the vehicles move over it. Incidentally lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world and is a favourite tourist place for a large number of tourist from all across the globe. The hiking path around the lake is a very long trail and is known as Great Baikal Trail. It is an ideal spot for winter games like ice-skating, dog sledding and adventures like wildlife-spotting trips. Kashmir also has a great potential for all this type of activities.
    Knowledge is power.

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