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Geographical whereabouts

  • About !

    This beautiful valley is located in the remotest corner of Jammu & Kashmir in the Indian territory. This place is famous for its world famous Blue Diamonds also known as Sapphires. There is a river Chenab which flows through Paddar, making it an ideal place for river rafting. A good place for trekking; it hosts many thrilling trek routes, of which one goes to Zanskar (northern area) in Ladakh and the other goes to Pangi (eastern area) in Himachal Pradesh.

  • Must Visit places

    A compilation of the most interesting places that you would not want to miss while in Paddar. Info is provided for the beautiful places, pilgrimages, offroading, trekking and everything else. Enjoy your stay here.

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Inside Our Blog

  • Cricket Tournament In Paddar. The Paddar Cup

    Cricket tournament was inaugurated yesterday in the Sapphire valley by Mr. Bhim Sen Tuti, IPS, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) District Kishtwar in the presence of all the Sarpanches and other prominent citizens of the area. He contributed Rs. 10,000 in favour of the tournament, and also encouraged and applauded the local youth for taking.....

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  • Anomalies in Chopper fares for Machail Pilgrimage

    Paddar The land of Sapphire is also famous as the land of Gods and Goddesses. It is also known not only in the state but also in the neighbouring states for its famous pilgrimages particularly Chandi Mata, Machail. Every year during the month of August, lacs of pilgrims drawn from within and outside the

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