Zurimanz, the “Bangladesh of Kashmir,” has emerged as a captivating tourist hotspot. Nestled by the scenic Wular Lake in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, just 90 km from Srinagar, this village is drawing travelers from near and far. Its unique nickname, “Kashmir’s Bangladesh,” harks back to the 1971 India-Pakistan war in East Pakistan. During that tumultuous period, a devastating fire razed Zurimanz. As East Pakistan transformed into Bangladesh, Zurimanz also underwent a symbolic rebirth, now welcoming tourists with its beauty and historical resonance.
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