As the spring season arrives in Kashmir with its bountiful hues, we have been already witnessing a new lease of life in almost every sphere of life. The buds have started sprouting from trees, the birds are back with their melodious tunes, the flowers have steadily started to bloom and amid all this the backbone of Kashmir economy, the tourism sector has started to revive again. The last several years have been quite perilous with particular to the tourism and because of which the economy has wilted but as the things seem to be improving, we are witnessing a cheer among the denizens of this part of the world. The scenic Badamwari coupled with the opening of Asia’s largest Tulip Garden at the foothills of Zabarwan range have started to spin their magic on the people far and wide which is a good omen for one and all. Amid all this the government needs to make wide and elaborate arrangements to make any of the scenic spots’ more attractive to give the visitors the experience of a lifetime. One believes that this year holds the key for the tourism sector with the authorities having ticked all the right boxes and we may probably witness a boom in the sector – what other season to make the most than the season of ‘Bahaar’.