Tol'e Hakh is a particular variety of Hakh that is grown in floating gardens of Dal Lake. It is supposed to be a delicacy. My grandmother compared it to having sheep liver.
One among many things that Pandits living in Jammu bring back with them from trips to Srinagar and distribute among friends and relatives.
|From 'Indian pictures, drawn with pen and pencil' (1881) by William Urwick (1826-1905)|
|From 'Kashmir in Sunlight & Shade: a Description of the Beauties of the Country, the Life, Habits and Humour of its Inhabitants, and an Account of the Gradual but Steady Rebuilding of a Once Down-trodden People' by Cecil Earle Tyndale-Biscoe (1922)|