India has always been known globally for its natural and cultural heritage. With the rising steps, the country is about to have its second Tulip garden after Kashmir in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. Religiously attached to Noble Prize winner Dalai Lama the city might now be attracting tourists by its Tulip garden. On the verge of becoming a smart city, Dharamshala may witness this Tulip garden in an area of 200 canals.
Tenders have been given for the garden and the flowers of Tulip have especially been brought from Netherlands. Designing of the Garden has also been done by collaborating with Netherlands. The species and colors of flowers that are to be planted are also planned with the direction of Netherlands government. It is believed that in the lush environment of Dhauladhar this park shall be the most scenic park of flowers in Asia.
The work for the park shall commence within a month. The Tulip garden project is being funded by Asian Development Bank and will be cared by Tourism Department of Himachal Pradesh. This project may provide livelihood to a number of families. Srinagar the capital city of Jammu and Kashmir holds the largest Tulip garden till date and the majestic thing is that over 10 lakhs flowers are planted from just 40 different colored flowers by breeding process.
City Development Minister, Sudheer Sharma informed that the Tulip garden will be constructed in Tapovan near to Siddhbadi. Tulip is an unofficial national flower of Netherlands. Tulip is famous for its beauty worldwide, it's dark color and alluring shape tempts every soul. It has various species and dozen of colors.
After the Tulip garden is constructed in Dharamshala, the city may even be declared as the Film City of India. Many shootings have been conducted in Srinagar’s Tulip garden for advertisements and major shootings for Bollywood and Hollywood have also been made. The tourism sector may get a boom after once the Tulip garden is finally constructed.