Jammu Tourism

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Good fort

Good fort  Video Review

Bahu Fort

Pradeep Ramachandran
27th Feb 17

Best in World

Best  in World  Video Review

Dargah Garib Shah

Ak Bhaiya
28th Aug 17

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Pritesh Mehta

Pritesh Mehta5.0/5

512 reviews

Jay matadi

We are take Jammu tavi treain from baroda. We reach there 4:30 p. M. 2 and day. We reach hotel we booked from baroda, we take rest in hotel 1 hours and after we went to visit kali temple, very famous ram temple, hanuman templa, tavi river and one most beautiful garden there are fishghar is very good attrection for visitors, then we went to hotel take dinner and take rest.

Abhinav Sudan

Abhinav Sudan5.0/5

65 reviews

Awesome people and place

1. Why to visit?
It is good place to visit with nice helpful people around. Having lots of temples and places giving you peace and spiritual touch.
2. Must Visit Places.
Hair Singh Palace, Bahu fort and temple, Fish museum, Raghunath temple, Ghana wetland, Vaishno Devi, Mansar Lake, Bagh-e-Bahu and many more.
3. Local food and shopping.
This city offers a good range of food with mix blend of Dogri, Kasmiri and Punjabi culture. Pahalwan's sweet shop is one of the best eating joint. Local dhaba's also serve good tasty food. For shopping Raghunath bazaar, Lakhdaata bazaar and places around have nice authentic stuff. For branded shopping Wave mall and Gandhinagar can be explored.
4. Activities.
Driving down to Vaishno Devi is recommended. Driving/ Riding towards Mansar lake is also a good option. Visiting Bahu fort and temple along with Fish museum and Bagh-e-Bahu is recommended. Driving to the dhaba's all along the NH-1 is also suggested.
5. Advice.
Bargain while doing local shopping. Rest all is okay.
Happy Holidaying !!
Warm Regards

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Jammu Overview

History of Jammu

Set against the snow-capped Pir Panjal Mountains, Jammu lies between the Himalayan range in the north and the plains of Punjab in the south. Lakes, valleys and a diverse terrain make the entire region quite varied. Forests of oak and chestnut cover the lower areas while deodar and pine add to the beautiful landscape at higher altitudes. Jammu, the second largest city of Jammu and Kashmir becomes the administrative capital in winters due to excessive snowfall in Srinagar. Named after King Jambu Lochan, who is said to have established it in 9th century BC, Jammu is typically a traditional city made up of several ethnic communities engaged in agriculture or small scale industries.

Temples dot the entire region, while there are a few mosques in the region as well.

Things To Do in Jammu

Temples dominate the sightseeing highlights here. Raghunath Mandir in the heart of the city is the largest temple complex in northern India and is devoted to Lord Ram. The shrine of Vaishno Deviji is yet another popular pilgrimage destination situated close by. Visit the Bahu Fort which is home to Bawey Wali Mata Temple. Other temples in the vicinity include Ranbireshwar Temple and Panchbakhtar Temple near River Tawi.

Photos of Jammu

Shiv Khori, Jammu

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Kushal Sharma

Shiv Khori, Jammu
Shiv Khori, Jammu

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Kushal Sharma

Shiv Khori, Jammu

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