Lal Draman

Lal Draman is a historical and scenic area in the picturesque Doda district. With centuries-old roots, this charming village has a rich cultural legacy. Lal Draman is a stunning meadow in the shape of a saucer that is enhanced by tall fir and deodar trees. It is situated in the village of Sazan, 21 kilometres northwest of Doda Town. Lal Draman translates to "Red Meadow" in the local tongue. The area enjoys beautiful scenery, warm summer temperatures, and snowfall in the winter. Every year, a mela is organised at Lal Draman in collaboration with the tourism department. Lal Draman is a symbol of communal harmony and brotherhood because it is a place where mosques and temples can be seen side by side. There are several other verdant meadows besides Lal Draman, such as Makhan Baggi, Allah Kanda, Chandrain, Kilmil Gurmal Galla, and Basam Galla. Lal Draman, however, is more than just a picturesque location. Additionally, a thriving community renowned for its friendliness and warmth calls it home. Indulge in the customs of the area by trying out regional cuisine and mingling with the amiable residents. Lal Draman provides a fascinating look into the past for history buffs. There is no shortage of historical treasures to discover, from archaeological sites to ancient ruins.

  • Best Time to Visit: March to September (Winter is quite cold)
  • Ideal Duration: 2 to 3 hours
  • Distance From Airport: The nearest airport is in Jammu which is 163 kms away
  • Distance From Railway Station: The nearest railway station is in Udhampur which is 94 kms away
  • Distance From Road: It is situated 157 kms away from Jammu and 19 kms away from Doda
  • Travel Tips: Picnicking, camping, trekking, horse riding and skiing
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