TAAK celebrates Kashmir Festival
Water Sports Kicked Off At Nigeen Lake
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 28: As part of ongoing Kashmir Festival, the Travel Agents Association of Kashmir (TAAK) kicked off fascinating water sports activities at scintillating Nigeen lake under the auspices of Tourism Department.
Scores of students took part in different water-based activities including kayaking, canoeing, canoe polo, surf riding, water ski, Aqua – Zorbing, Dembnav, jet skiing, etc. Scores of tourists watched the breathtaking event.
The activities will continue till tomorrow. On the concluding day competitions will be held in 10 events. First three winners will be awarded cash prizes by the Tourism Department. The department has provided the logistic support to TAAK for holding the event.
Pertinently, TAAK has shown keen interest in the promotion and development of water sports. They want to develop Nagin Lake as water sports and recreational hub in Kashmir
Meanwhile, with a view to contribute its bit the J&K Ski & Mountaineering Association has brought out a brochure giving description of various water sports for which “we have all facilities here.”
The 24 page brochure contains write-ups on water sports and has some wonderful pictures. The brochure would be opened during the closing function of the Kashmir Festival at SKICC.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 28 May 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
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