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Jammu

Jammu is a major administration division. It comprises a number of districts, including Doda, Jammu, Udhampur, Kathua, Ramban, Rajouri, Reasi, Poonch and Samba. Most of the land in the city of Jammu is hilly with large mountainous areas. The town of Jammu also includes the popular Pir Panjal line. This range separates the town from the valley of Kashmir. The city of Jammu is also called the Jammu-Tawi.

How To Reach Jammu By Air
Jammu Airport is 8 km from the city of Jammu. It is well connected to most airports in India, including the airports of Delhi, Chandigarh and Srinagar. From there you can also fly from Jammu to Agra, Jaipur and Hyderabad.
How To Reach Jammu By Rail
Jammu Tawi railway station is the closest railway station in Jammu City. It has good rail connectivity with trains coming from various Indian towns.
How To Reach Jammu By Road
Jammu has good roads linking it to many northern Indian towns like Delhi, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Ambala and Ludhiana. It is located 630 kilometers from Delhi. A variety of public transport buses can be found on these routes.
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Tourist Places in Jammu

Bahu fort​​

Bahu fort​

The Bahu Fort & Gardens, also known as the Bagh- e- Bahu, is 5 km from the town of Jammu. This fort is on a rock face on the left bank of the Tawi River. It is the oldest fortress in town and serves as a temple of religion.The fort was built more than 300 years ago by Raja Bahulochan. It was reconstructed and improved later by the rulers of Dogra. In the fort there is a temple dedicated to the goddess Kali, generally known as Bave Wali Mata, Jammu ‘s supervising divinity.

Raghunath Temple

There are many temples in the city of Jammu. The Raghunath Temple, built in 1857, is famous for its location in the heart of the city. Work on this temple began in 1835 AD by Maharaja Gulab Singh, the founder of the Jammu and Kashmir Empire. The building was finally completed in 1860 AD under the rule of his son Maharaja Ranbir Singh. This temple exemplifies ancient architecture with its striking three- sided inner walls covered with gold. The vicinity of this temple is dedicated to a number of gods and goddesses associated with the epic Ramayana.
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Peer Kho Cave​

Peer Kho Cave

The Temple of Peer Kho Cave is located along the River Tawi. This temple is close to other places of religious significance, such as the Temple of Panchbakhtar and the Temple of Ranbireshwar, dedicated to Lord Shiva and his legends. Jamvant, the beer god of Ramayana, is believed to have been meditating in this cave. There are 12 shiva lingams made of crystal in the temple of Ranbireshwar. It was built in 1883 AD by Maharaja Ranbir Singh.

Katra Vaisho Devi

Located in the hills of Trikuta, 13 km from Katra, at an altitude of 1560 m above sea level with bright clouds and thinning air, this town is the holy cave temple of Mata Vaishnodevi, with its spirituality and vibrant atmosphere lingering.

Revered and deeply believed, thousands of pilgrims visit this temple every year to seek blessings and to show unbridled faith. Vaishno Devi is a religious hiking destination where pilgrims walk 13 km uphill to reach one of the 108 Shakti Peetha caves. Vaishno Devi, also referred to as Mata Rani, is a manifestation of Durga, a Hindu mythology goddess.

The trek itself is very pleasant, although it may be a bit difficult for children and the elderly. Ponies and palanquins are, however, available from various vendors to take you to the top. The entire route is decently paved with many shops selling snacks, food and various religious products.

The pilgrims demonstrate their dedication and enthusiasm by shouting slogans and singing songs in Maa Vaishnavi ‘s praise all the way. In general, a great place if you are both inclined to Hinduism and nature.

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