Bringhi valley, approximately 70 km from Srinagar
Sprawling gardens, medicinal proper- ties of the spring water and the scenic locals.
Situated at a height of 2,020 m, Kokernag is approximately 70 km from the district of Srinagar. Blooming gardens surround this spring, which bubbles at seven places at the foot of the forested mountain. The water of Kokernag in Kashmir is believed to have medicinal and digestive
properties. And because of these properties only, the spring is also known as Papashudan Nag or the sin-cleansing spring. There is also a botanical garden and a rose garden near Kokernag, overflowing with fragrances
of flowers and shrubs. Kokarnag is also the largest fresh water spring of the Kashmir valley. The word Kokernag is a combination of the two words, Koker meaning 'fowl' and Nag meaning 'serpent'. Kokernag is a collection of many small springs and collectively, they all look like the claw foot of a Koker (cock). And the flowing stream resembles a moving serpent. Hence, the name "Kokernag". The spring of Kokernag comprise of 300 canals, 129 canals for garden purposes and 171 canals for forest area.
2012 m (77km), a spring with curative properties, is a favorite picnic spot of local visitors who enjoy a family lunch and relish the spring water.
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