Stunning Photos of Asia’s Largest Tulip Garden To Brighten Up Your Day

If Europe has Keukenhof in the Netherlands, Asia has the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden in India a.k.a. the largest tulip garden in the continent! And since spring has sprung once again in Kashmir Valley, the region is once again awash with beautiful colors, as the fields’ blossoms come into full bloom.

Spreading over 30 hectares, the garden sits on the foothills of Zabarwan Range, overlooking the breathtaking Dal Lake. Take a virtual stroll around the stunning garden in springtime through these stunning photos:


Tulip Garden Srinagar Kashmir
Rows of tulips in the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden in Srinagar | niladrilovesphotography on Shutterstock
Spring brings a flush of color in this verdant region of Srinagar each year | Izzul Rosli on Shutterstock
A fascinating contrast in the hues of the blossoms | Supermop on Shutterstock
A local burns izband (harmal/wild rue seeds) as part of a Kashmiri ritual | Arbaz Mughal on Shutterstock
Early bloomers | Izzul Rosli on Shutterstock
The tulip garden aims to promote floriculture and tourism in Kashmir Valley | Tatthon Piyaratmanont on Shutterstock
A close-up look into a fully-bloomed tulip blossom | niladrilovesphotography on Shutterstock
Red beauties emerging from buds | k h o n n o h k on Shutterstock
Clear blue skies, lush mountains, and colorful blooms make for the perfect springtime background | Jirapa339 on Shutterstock
Red Tulip Petals
A closer look at the serrated edges of tulip petals | Abdars on Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA)
Tulip fields that stretch as far as the eye can see  | Jim W Kasom on Shutterstock


What kind of sight are you most looking forward to next spring? Tell us in the comments!