Recommended House Boat in Kashmir

Posted on September 23, 2007

Butt’s Clermont Houseboats come highly recommended if you are looking for houseboats in the Dal Lake in Srinagar, Kashmir.
Houseboat in Kashmir

And no, I am not getting paid to write this. Again, this is just part of the research for my India trip. Butt’s houseboats have had some VERY famous guests, including Ravi Shankar, Galbraith, Rockefeller, and Yehudi Menuhin! Don’t you wish you knew the recommended place to stay in one of the most beautiful places on earth? Now you do.

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  1. Hindu June 28, 2011 2:48 am

    The Houseboats of Kashmir, unlike their counterparts in Kerala are usually moored at the edges of the Dal Lake. Some of the houseboats were built in the early 1900s, and are still being rented out to tourists. These houseboats are made of wood, and usually have intricately and carved wood paneling. The houseboats are of different sizes, some having up to three bedrooms apart from a living room and kitchen.

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  2. Kashmir Houseboats October 19, 2012 3:18 am

    Kashmir houseboats are associated closely with the valley’s culture and traditions. A brilliant idea that started from constructing small boats was later revolutionized with transforming these boats into spacious modern styled floating hotels. houseboats are all made of the finest cedar wood that follows with intricate walnut wood carvings, paneled walls and tiled baths. Our boats are categorized in the super deluxe category and each boat has an assorted number of three to four bedrooms with a private bath and wash room.
    Kashmir Houseboats

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National Handbag Day is an American holiday, after all.In addition to the closures, remaining Coach boutiques will get a new concept that’s more in line with the brand’s new aesthetic direction, starting with flagships in major markets like New York City.A few weeks ago, I had to go to the department store to see the bags for myself. I have to say that I was very impressed with the new styles and the workmanship of the bags. The prices, I feel, are still kept at an affordable medium depending on the material of the buyers interest. I was never a Coach fan until recently and what’s even better is the less use of the printed logo – not much of a logo fan. That Rhyder 33 is definitely on my list!All of these changes come on the tail of news about Coach’s sinking profits, and 2015 is expected to be a rough year while the brand attempts to right itself. Do you have high hopes for Coach?Father’s Day is this weekend, which might be a surprise to you because shopping sites don’t remind you of it nearly as much as they do Mother’s Day, unless you’re a frequenter of the Home Depot site. I’m not, mostly because I have nowhere to store a ride-on lawn tractor (and I don’t have a lawn), but somehow, I’ve managed not only to remember, but come up with the perfect dad bag gift: the Coach Bleecker Bar Stripe Day Tote. Hear me out on this.Coach is the most quintessentially American of handbag brands and it always has been, even before Stuart Vevers arrived to explore traditional workwear and the American West with his first collection as Coach’s creative director. At the center of that collection is the brand’s newest marquee design, the Coach Rhyder Bag.The Rhyder line is all about a mixture of familiar details; longtime Coach lovers will recognize the brand’s signature turnlock and hangtags, while anyone interested in fashion will pick up on the rugged details that balance the luxurious finish of this bag. They’re adornments that usually signal the weight and heft of a product, but the Rhyder is unexpectedly light and easy to wear.For its debut season, the line contains a satchel in three sizes and both north-south and east-west proportions, a messenger in rich textures like shearling and python-embossed leather, and color options ranging from bright red nubuck to staid black leather.From the moment we entered the Coach Spring 2015 show, it was clear that creative director Stuart Vevers has yet to end his love affair with the idea of traditional Americana. From the engine sounds on the soundtrack to the flat, dusty West Texas vistas on the walls, the theme was much subtler in the bags, outwear and clothes than it was in the collection’s surroundings.Last week, Coach announced that it would close 70 under-performing North American stores in the first half of 2015, which is likely wise, considering the more fashionable and expensive direction that Vevers intends to take the brand. Just from my own observation while visiting my parents in Georgia, Coach has many stores in suburban malls with few (if any) other luxury retailers and little in the way of a luxury customer base, and while it may have long been possible to sell $300 handbags in those markets, Coach’s desire to raise its prices to line up with a more fashion-focused product line will probably make sustaining business at those locations untenable.At the outlets, product assortment will be the biggest shift. Only two locations will close, and in the remaining stores, the now-ubiquitous logo bags will make way for a wider variety of leather options. We’ve heard some irritation from our Forum members about the lack of leather at the Coach outlets, so perhaps this news will create some satisfied customers. WWD didn’t make it clear whether the logo options would be scuttled from the outlets altogether or just drastically reduced, so we’ll have to wait and see.Although the collection’s western influences were occasionally visible – a utility vest here, a swath of rivets there – the end result was both softer and lighter than expected, down to the pastel metallics, fuzzy furs and little cartoon monsters from California artist Gary Baseman.First, it’s big enough to be regarded as luggage of sorts, which might make bag-resistant dads feel a little better about carrying it. Second, it’s got two handle options – totally practical. Third, the blue/brown/tan colorway is absolutely dad-approved, even in conservative households. The styling might be a little bit modern, but someone’s gotta usher pops into the 21st century. If he’s already conquered the iPhone, here’s his next opportunity.What To Do: There is so much to see and do at Central Park, or any New York City’s other parks, for that matter. Sometimes just taking in the sights and sounds is the best. There is so much to be seen and plenty of time to bond. Stroll by the boathouse or Sailboat Pond and stop to listen to the many musicians who come out to entertain parkgoers.For bargain-savvy shoppers, both Coach’s promotional schedule and its outlet strategy are shifting. The brand indicates that it will move to a biannual sale schedule, which is in line with other luxury brands and retailers. In the past, Coach’s sales and promotions had been more diffuse, and customers who are used to waiting for their discount cards to come in the mail for multiple mid-season events per year will likely be disappointed in the tightening of the markdown reins.To me, the perfect dad gift has to strike a balance. You have to get him something that has a practical use, but also something that he might not necessarily think to buy for himself. A fashionable-but-functional bag sits firmly in that category, and although leather stripes might be a little out there for traditionalists, this bag has a lot of promising Cool Dad characteristics.

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    The Rhyder is the essence of modernized Americana, which seems just right for this week. National Handbag Day is an American holiday, after all.Coach is the most quintessentially American of handbag brands and it always has been, even before Stuart Vevers arrived to explore traditional workwear and the American West with his first collection as Coach’s creative director. At the center of that collection is the brand’s newest marquee design, the Coach Rhyder Bag.The Rhyder line is all about a mixture of familiar details; longtime Coach lovers will recognize the brand’s signature turnlock and hangtags, while anyone interested in fashion will pick up on the rugged details that balance the luxurious finish of this bag. They’re adornments that usually signal the weight and heft of a product, but the Rhyder is unexpectedly light and easy to wear.For its debut season, the line contains a satchel in three sizes and both north-south and east-west proportions, a messenger in rich textures like shearling and python-embossed leather, and color options ranging from bright red nubuck to staid black leather.

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    A few weeks ago, I had to go to the department store to see the bags for myself. I have to say that I was very impressed with the new styles and the workmanship of the bags. The prices, I feel, are still kept at an affordable medium depending on the material of the buyers interest. I was never a Coach fan until recently and what’s even better is the less use of the printed logo – not much of a logo fan. That Rhyder 33 is definitely on my list!For bargain-savvy shoppers, both Coach’s promotional schedule and its outlet strategy are shifting. The brand indicates that it will move to a biannual sale schedule, which is in line with other luxury brands and retailers. In the past, Coach’s sales and promotions had been more diffuse, and customers who are used to waiting for their discount cards to come in the mail for multiple mid-season events per year will likely be disappointed in the tightening of the markdown reins.All of these changes come on the tail of news about Coach’s sinking profits, and 2015 is expected to be a rough year while the brand attempts to right itself. Do you have high hopes for Coach?Father’s Day is this weekend, which might be a surprise to you because shopping sites don’t remind you of it nearly as much as they do Mother’s Day, unless you’re a frequenter of the Home Depot site. I’m not, mostly because I have nowhere to store a ride-on lawn tractor (and I don’t have a lawn), but somehow, I’ve managed not only to remember, but come up with the perfect dad bag gift: the Coach Bleecker Bar Stripe Day Tote. Hear me out on this.Last week, Coach announced that it would close 70 under-performing North American stores in the first half of 2015, which is likely wise, considering the more fashionable and expensive direction that Vevers intends to take the brand. Just from my own observation while visiting my parents in Georgia, Coach has many stores in suburban malls with few (if any) other luxury retailers and little in the way of a luxury customer base, and while it may have long been possible to sell $300 handbags in those markets, Coach’s desire to raise its prices to line up with a more fashion-focused product line will probably make sustaining business at those locations untenable.From the moment we entered the Coach Spring 2015 show, it was clear that creative director Stuart Vevers has yet to end his love affair with the idea of traditional Americana. From the engine sounds on the soundtrack to the flat, dusty West Texas vistas on the walls, the theme was much subtler in the bags, outwear and clothes than it was in the collection’s surroundings.The Rhyder is the essence of modernized Americana, which seems just right for this week. National Handbag Day is an American holiday, after all.If bags are your primary concern (as they are ours), Coach’s big Spring 2015 push is an east-west satchel called the Swagger, which, by the looks of the runway, will come in two arm-carried sizes as well as a shrink-rayed mini crossbody. Take a look at our photos from the show below–what do you think of the collection?It’s no secret that Coach is in flux. After the departure of longtime creative head Reed Krakoff, the company has decided to pivot its public image in a more fashion-savvy direction. First, that meant bringing on handbag savant Stuart Vevers, late of Loewe and Mulberry, and allowing him to set a tone for the brand’s aesthetic future. The next step, it appears, is shifting its retail strategy – there are going to be far fewer Coach stores in the near future, according to Women’s Wear Daily.Coach is the most quintessentially American of handbag brands and it always has been, even before Stuart Vevers arrived to explore traditional workwear and the American West with his first collection as Coach’s creative director. At the center of that collection is the brand’s newest marquee design, the Coach Rhyder Bag.The Rhyder line is all about a mixture of familiar details; longtime Coach lovers will recognize the brand’s signature turnlock and hangtags, while anyone interested in fashion will pick up on the rugged details that balance the luxurious finish of this bag. They’re adornments that usually signal the weight and heft of a product, but the Rhyder is unexpectedly light and easy to wear.For its debut season, the line contains a satchel in three sizes and both north-south and east-west proportions, a messenger in rich textures like shearling and python-embossed leather, and color options ranging from bright red nubuck to staid black leather.Although the collection’s western influences were occasionally visible – a utility vest here, a swath of rivets there – the end result was both softer and lighter than expected, down to the pastel metallics, fuzzy furs and little cartoon monsters from California artist Gary Baseman.At the outlets, product assortment will be the biggest shift. Only two locations will close, and in the remaining stores, the now-ubiquitous logo bags will make way for a wider variety of leather options. We’ve heard some irritation from our Forum members about the lack of leather at the Coach outlets, so perhaps this news will create some satisfied customers. WWD didn’t make it clear whether the logo options would be scuttled from the outlets altogether or just drastically reduced, so we’ll have to wait and see.To me, the perfect dad gift has to strike a balance. You have to get him something that has a practical use, but also something that he might not necessarily think to buy for himself. A fashionable-but-functional bag sits firmly in that category, and although leather stripes might be a little out there for traditionalists, this bag has a lot of promising Cool Dad characteristics.First, it’s big enough to be regarded as luggage of sorts, which might make bag-resistant dads feel a little better about carrying it. Second, it’s got two handle options – totally practical. Third, the blue/brown/tan colorway is absolutely dad-approved, even in conservative households. The styling might be a little bit modern, but someone’s gotta usher pops into the 21st century. If he’s already conquered the iPhone, here’s his next opportunity.What To Do: There is so much to see and do at Central Park, or any New York City’s other parks, for that matter. Sometimes just taking in the sights and sounds is the best. There is so much to be seen and plenty of time to bond. Stroll by the boathouse or Sailboat Pond and stop to listen to the many musicians who come out to entertain parkgoers.In addition to the closures, remaining Coach boutiques will get a new concept that’s more in line with the brand’s new aesthetic direction, starting with flagships in major markets like New York City.

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