Tral(ترال) can be described as town and a advised area comitte in Pulwama district, of Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is a little town prettily situated around the sloping plateau of the feet hills of the mountains nearby the east part of the Wullar Purgana in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir. Tral is found at the edge of level divided into lower and upper mohallas. The homes that are created on this selection are mostly made up of bricks (some sun dried up and some baked). The roofs are usually created from tin while some are occasionally thatched. Tral is usually shaded by simply fine trees and possess gigantic number of suspension systems located in it is 82 towns. Plateau lands on the east side from the town is bare and dry but the slope towards the west and to its under has a significant mass of rice cultivation. Among all the lakes Tarsar and Marsar are known worldwide for their pristineness and sweetness. The most famous planting season Dilnag lying on the east side from the town in whose beauty is usually further added by the impressive Chinaar and other trees. The cold drinking water rises into a pool or tank about 50 sq ft (4. 6 m2) and 4 or five feet deep, containing few fishes.
Tral can be found at thirty-three. 93°N 75. 1°E. It includes an average elevation of 1662 metres (5452 ft). Tral is a township which is twelve km away from National Highway(NH-1A). Tral is well known for natural springs, equally hot and cold. A few springs remain hot in the winter and cool in summertime. The place has an average area of about 128 km² Villages of Tral
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