Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir is a very different part of India. Over 80% of the population is Muslim and this is a disputed area. Originally, after the independance of India from Great Britain, it should have become a part of Pakistan. (In fact, the ‘k’ in Pakistan stands for ‘Kashmir’.) But Indian politicians decided otherwise, and so it stayed an Indian state.
The streets of Jammu are lined with small businesses and workshops, Srinagar is famous for his floating vegetable market and also the starting point of the yearly Hindu pilgrimage tot the Amarnath cave, which often leads to ethnic tension.