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If there's paradise on earth, it is here! Post-snowfall pics of Manali, J&K

Reports of 7 to 8 feet of fresh snowfall in the higher reaches and 1 to 2 feet in the plains in the past 24 hours indicate that this has been the heaviest snowfall of the season so far in J&K

BS Web Team  |  New Delhi 

A view of snow-covered street as daily life resumes following heavy snowfall, at Ridge in Shimla

A view of snow-covered street as daily life resumes following heavy snowfall, at Ridge in Shimla
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A cyclist rides across melting snow field, in Kullu

A cyclist rides across melting snow field, in Kullu
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Tourists walk on a snow-covered trail after a spell of heavy snowfall, in Srinagar

Tourists walk on a snow-covered trail after a spell of heavy snowfall, in Srinagar
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Vehicles covered under snow at a parking area following heavy snowfall, in Shimla

Vehicles covered under snow at a parking area following heavy snowfall, in Shimla
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A boatman rows his boat against the backdrop of a snow-clad mountain after a spell of heavy snowfall, in Srinagar

A boatman rows his boat against the backdrop of a snow-clad mountain after a spell of heavy snowfall, in Srinagar
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Trees covered with snow following heavy snowfall, in Manali

Trees covered with snow following heavy snowfall, in Manali
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Rescue workers clear snow after an avalanche near Jawahar Tunnel that trapped 10 policemen on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway, at Qazigund in Kulgam district

Rescue workers clear snow after an avalanche near Jawahar Tunnel that trapped 10 policemen on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway, at Qazigund in Kulgam district
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Icicles hang from the roof of a ceiling on a cold winter day after heavy snowfall, in Mandi

Icicles hang from the roof of a ceiling on a cold winter day after heavy snowfall, in Mandi
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First Published: Fri, February 08 2019. 21:05 IST
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