For everybody who still feels deprived because apparently, it's not cold enough this winter, this viral video of a train passing through the snow in Kashmir is all you need to see today.
There's a reason this place is called heaven on Earth!
Forget the very adorable Virushka honeymoon selfie and all its snowy glory because Kashmir is here to trump all of your winter scenery goals!
It's not like further proof was needed to establish the pristine beauty that Kashmir charms hundreds and thousands of tourists every year, but at the same time – it's just soothing to the eyes!
The video, which has now gone viral, was initially shared by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, to show the Indian Railways' support in promoting tourism in the states of Jammu and Kashmir.
From the Banihal station, a train can be seen passing through the heavily snow-laden surface of Kashmir and to make it even better, the white snow-capped mountains can be seen in the background.
Even former South African cricket icon Jonty Rhodes couldn't help gushing about the beauty of Kashmir in all its winter glory, talking about how he has been to experience the scenery first-hand and how he can't wait to experience it all over again!
I have been a few times to snowboard in Gulmarg; does this mean that I can take a train from Delhi to Srinagar with my family this winter, sir?— Jonty Rhodes (@JontyRhodes8) December 16, 2017
"I have been a few times to snowboard in Gulmarg [sic]" wrote Rhodes. "Does this mean that I can take a train from Delhi to Srinagar with my family this winter, sir?"
And in that moment, we were all Jonty Rhodes, trying to get on the fastest train to witness the winter paradise that Kashmir turns into every year and comparing the beauty of Kashmir to that of Switzerland's, firmly believing both were at par!
Not that long ago, Omar Abdullah himself had posted photos of Kashmir receiving its first snowfall of the year's winter, shrouding it in a blissful scene that looks fresh out of a winter wonderland.
It's the first major snowfall of the year in most parts of Jammu and Kashmir. The thrill and excitement among everybody is palpable.— JKTourism (Official) (@JandKTourism) December 12, 2017
Come with your loved ones and take back memories that will last with you for a lifetime.
Video contributed by Sahran Malik pic.twitter.com/3ZIXghYcNq