Hotels, Things to do, Places to visit, Restaurants, Attractions, Car Rental in Muzaffarabad
Muzaffarabad is the capital and largest city of Azad Kashmir and the 60th largest in Pakistan. The city is located in Muzaffarabad District, near the confluence of the Neelum and Jhelum rivers.
Muzaffarabad is famous for its high-end, hand-carved wood furniture. They have a huge variety of wood i.e. akhrot, dayyar, etc. However, markets are filled with beautifully carved jewelry boxes, chairs, tables, their quality is top-notch and take customized orders. Muzaffarabad on the other hand is home to three main rivers flowing through Kunhar, Kashmir, Jhelum, and Neelum.
Muzaffarabad's culture is quite similar to that of northern Punjabis. It has long been one of Kashmir's most prominent cities, displaying a fusion of many cultures and languages. Muzaffarabad's residents have a lot of skills and are typically kind and cultured. People from other regions also come here for work or other reasons, which adds to the culture's variety. Kashmiri is the most widely spoken language in this city. In addition to Kashmiri, Potohari, Shina, Urdu, Balti, and Pahari are spoken there.
In this city, religion has a stronghold. Sunnis and Shias make up the vast majority of the population. People who follow Islam are religiously observant and pray on time. There are also mosques and darbars in this area. Aside from this, Shia religious sites have been built across the city. Both men and women dress in traditional Kashmiri attire such as Shalwar Kameez, while some ladies also wear Phiran (a traditional Kashmiri robe) in addition to Salwar Kameez.
Muzaffarabadis are well-known for their culinary skills. There is a pattern of excessive food consumption among these individuals, resulting in their extreme obesity. Red beans (Daal), Gushtabay, palak paneer, dum aloo, Bakar-Khani, Balti gosht, Yakhni, palak paneer, Makhni, methi gosht, methi chawal, Chicken Korma, harissa, barista, kulcha, and many more dishes are popular among the residents of this city.