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A Day in Paradise When autumn sets in the Leepa vale leaves fall off the trees and snowfall begins The changing colours of the valley are worth seeing The most fascinating valley of Azad Kashmir Leepa lies towards the east of the capital Muzaffarabad at a distance of 95km A narrow metalled road along the right bank of River Jehlum leads to Reshian and along the way one passes Ghari Dupatta Dhanni Baqalan Hattian Bala Neili and Sain Bagh The changing hues of the serpentine and rushing Jehlum with some suspension bridges built over it presents an enchanting panorama all along the route Lofty mountains looking over swaying golden-coloured rice crop are worth stopping and gazing at From Reshain - the gateway for entering into the valley - there are three routes that lead to Leepa vale The zigzagging Defence road reaches the valley at Hanjna via Barthwar Gali and Beli camp According to the locals there are 72 U-shaped turns on the road testing the skills of most drivers Usually military and forest vehicles ply this road One has to cover a distance of 16km over a stony path which can more suitably be called a footpath for entering into the valley via Panjal Gali which is approximately 12000ft high This second way is a shortcut to Leepas important commercial centre Kappa Gali Third route passes through Dao Khan Sher Gali and enters into the valley at Muji where Indian military posts face the village All the three passages are blocked in winter due to heavy snowfall and the inhabitantshave to store eatables and other items of daily use in large quantities to see them through the season To my surprise I was informed by an old man of the village We are unable to bury the corpse if anyone unfortunately dies in winter We have to wait about four months for funeral after the
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