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Welcome to Khrew

Khrew or Khreuh is a town and a notified area committee in Srinagar district in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Khrew comes as a sub district in the district Srinagar and is to be implemented soon as per the planning commision. Cement factories are the important driver of economy in the area. Khrew is contributing 840 crores per annum to the state economy and to the labours and most of the unemployed youths are getting hefty amount to run their day to day needs...

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Khrew is well known place for cement manufacturing and counted as a best cement units in north India. The cement is supplied to many different other states of india and also used at domestic state as well. These Cement factories have generated good employment in the area. In the month of March 2009 four more cement factories started in this area. The name of the cement industries are as given:-J&K Cements additional line of 600TPD, TCI, Dawar, Cemtac, green valley and Itifaq. Khrew is contributing 840 crores per annum to the state economy and the main drivers for this boost are all these cement plants running in the area


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There is some evidence to suggest that saffron may help alleviate the symptoms of major depressive disorder.[85][86] Preclinical studies indicate that saffron could be a promising candidate for cancer chemoprevention studies.[87] Early studies suggest that it may protect the eye from the direct effects of bright light, and from retinal stress in additional to slowing down macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa.[88] (Most saffron-related research refers to the stigmas, but this is often not made explicit in research papers.) Some studies suggest that saffron may help relieve the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.


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Fruit from which the majority of the original water content has been removed either naturally, through sun drying, or through the use of specialized dryers or dehydrators. Dried fruit has a long tradition of use dating back to the fourth millennium BC in Mesopotamia, and is prized because of its sweet taste, nutritive value, and long shelf life. Today, dried fruit consumption is widespread. Nearly half of the dried fruits sold are Almonds, Walnuts, pears raisins, figs, apricots, peaches. Khrew has adundant number of walnut trees, apple, almonds etc and hence counted as one more economy booster.




Places to Visit

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  • TARSAR LAKE
    Posted by : Tracy

    The Tarsar Lake is dominated by the peaks of the Kolahoi mountain massif some 20 km to the east. The lake is separated by a mountain with a minimum peak elevation of 4,000 metres (13,000 ft) from another lake of the same nature known as Marsar Lake, which is in the vicinity of Dachigam National Park. Together these two lakes are referred to as the twin sisters.The 16th-century Kashmiri ruler Yusuf Shah Chak mentioned the twin lakes in his poetry, writing to his beloved: When I remember the two tresses of the comely beloved, Tears begin to flow from my eyes like streams from Tarsar and Marsar [...]

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  • NARASTAN
    Posted by : Mary

    Welcome to the Narastan google satellite map! This place is situated in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India, its geographical coordinates are 34° 3' 0" North, 75° 6' 0" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Nārastān. It is the beautiful valley surrounded by high mountains. It rains every evening here and the morning breeze will definitely take you to the heights of sky... [...]

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  • Jwala Ji Temple
    Posted by : Julia

    Shrine dedicated to Jwala Ji at Khrew is based on fissures from which natural gas seeped by itself. The number of flames is usually either seven (for the seven divine sisters) or nine (for the nine Durgas). Several schools of Buddhism also share the symbolism of a seven-forked sacred flame. [...]

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  • GRETNAAR
    Posted by : Linda

    Gretnaar is easily accessible from Khrew or Bathen, in under 6 hours by walk or by horse behinf the dachigam park which leads along Nallah Sindh a key tourist attraction. Gretnaar mountains are back side of Sonamarg and is inaccessibe during winter due to heavy snowfall and avalanches, the way is being closed in December. You can reach by the sonamarg way as well but it will be too far than the khrew way. Only the Choppers of Indian army lands at Sonamarg in winter and after that it will be impossible to move towards it. The top of Gretnaar is giving a feeling as we are on the top of world and all the white snow covereded mountains are visible from the place [...]

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