The students and faculty members at Kashmir's historic Amar Singh college, the second oldest of the Valley had to traverse their way via laying bricks in symmetry and through other methods. [Aman Farooq/ GK]

In Frames: Few Days' Rain Turns Historic Amar Singh College Into A Pool

The thin white blanket of snow thrilled tourists this morning who have been thronging the famous tourist destination in large numbers lately. [Mubashir Khan/ GK]

In Frames: Fresh Snowfall Brings Cheer To Tourists

Pirpanjal tunnel (11.215 kms), the longest rail tunnel as of date, is also part of the USBRL project and has already been commissioned. Photo: Mir Imran/ GK

In Pictures: World's Highest Railway Bridge in J&K, an Engineering Marvel In The Making

A woman carries a pot of water on her head in Archadrahama village of Pattan in north Kashmir's Baramulla district on Monday. Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

World Water Day: Women Travel Miles For Few Litres of Water

Badamwari park was thrown open for public on Saturday while a cultural event was held by the administration to inaugurate the opening. Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

In Pictures: Almond Bloom at Badamvaer Heralds Arrival of Spring

Devotees in thousand from across Kashmir visited the Hazratbal shrine on the occasion of Friday following Shab-e-Mera'j today. Photo: Aman Farooq/ GK

Friday following Mehraj-e-Alam: Devotees Throng Hazratbal Shrine

The gunfight ended on Monday afternoon, reducing several residential houses to rumble. While locals claimed that six houses suffered the damage, police rejected the claim, saying only "three houses caught fire during the gunfight." Photo: Mir Wasim/ GK

In Pictures: Three-Day Shopian Gunfight Leaves a Trail of Destruction

The resumption of classes for KG to fifth standard was delayed by a week after staffers at a few schools tested positive for COVID-19.. Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

In Frames: Primary Class Students Make Way To Schools In Kashmir First Time After COVID-19 Lockdown

Panic gripped Rohingyas maneuver in masses after completing the verification process in Jammu on Sunday. Photo: Mir Imran/ GK

In Pictures: Panic Grips Rohingyas After 150 Immigrants Rounded up During “verification drive" in Jammu

File Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

In Frames: Classes For 6th, 7th and 8th Standards Resume after Covid Lockdown

Girls hold umbrellas as rain, snow lash Kashmir on Monday. Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

In Pictures: Rains Lash Kashmir Plains, Snowfall in Higher Reaches

Almond Alcove in Srinagar, locally known as 'Badam Vaer' is one of the fabled beauty spots of Kashmir which traditionally has been used for spring festivities. Photo: Aman Farooq/ GK

Almond Flowers Bloom As Kashmir Welcomes Spring