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Jammu - the Duggar land where the past still has a living presence. A land of grand ancient temples, and beautiful palaces. Nestled against the backdrop of the snow-capped Pir Panjal Mountains, the region of Jammu constitutes the southernmost unit of the state of Jammu & Kashmir. It forms part of the transition between the Himalayan range in the north and the dusty plains of Punjab in the south. Between these two extremities lie a series of scrub-covered hills, forested mountain ranges and river valleys, encompassing several microclimatic regions that extend from Kishtawar in the north-east to Akhnoor in the south-west, and the historic town of Poonch in the north-west to the borders of Kangra (H P) in the south-east. The Shivalik hills cut across the area from the east to the west while the rivers Ravi, Tawi and Chenab cut their way through the region.

Amar Mahal, located in Jammu, is a palace depicting grandeur of an erstwhile era.



A small garden along the Ranbir Canal, which runs through the city outskirts.




Bahu Fort stands on a rock face on the left bank of the river Tawi.



Jasrota Mata


Patnitop is the most popular tourist spot of Jammu region.



Mata Sukrala

A place for a quiet holiday, the meadow has now been developed as a golf course.


Mata Sundrikote

This small town serves as the base camp for visting the famous shrine of Vaishnodevi in the Trikuta hills.


Mata Balaji Sundri

This resort straddles the forested slopes of the Patnitop mountain range, overlooking the spectacular lie of the Chenab gorge.



Mansar Lake




Dera Baba Banda



Peer Khoh


Peer Baba











The town is associated with the legend of Soni-Mahiwal.


Ranbireshwar Temple






This Article is Posted on 13 Apr 2015 in Travel Section and Places