Attractions

Attractions

From the gleaming waters of the Dal Lake in Srinagar to the snow-covered heaps of Gulmarg, Jammu India considers being the best state of diversity. While it previously experienced some tempestuous times, it merits watching out for the locals before voyaging. In recent times, Jammu is considered the safest and ideal place to travel. If choosing the best places to reside in Jammu, it covers an extensive range from Mughal places to houseboats to the best hotels, including the Asia One Earth hotel.

Besides the Jammu temperature that drops to zero degrees in winter, its summer season is worth enjoying as well. With various parks, religious shrines, Mughal architectural buildings, and naturally occurring copious resources, Jammu is a paradise on Earth. All in all, it is a great excursion avenue for every explorer/traveler. Our hotel is located in the top-most hotels in Jammu near the airport. To enhance beauty, you can also treat yourself to a large group of culinary pleasures that will directly link us and leave an enduring taste of our services.

Bahu Fort Jammu is referred to as the Gateway to Heaven, and the impeccable beauty and magnificence of the Bahu Fort surely stand to be a significant contributing factor. Located only 5 km from the central part of the city, the Bahu Fort stands tall and sturdy on the left bank of the Tawi River. Raja Bahucholan constructed this magnificent fort over 3000 years ago, making it one of the oldest monument in the city. The Dogra rulers then made some restorations and renovations to the fort and extended its reach.

Mubarak Mandi Palace The architecture of the palace is an elaborate blend of Rajasthani, Mughal and European influences. One of its most spectacular segment, The Shesh Mahal or The Pink Hall houses the Dogra Art Museum which has several miniature paintings and Emperor Shah Jahan's golden bow and arrow, among other interesting things. The oldest building in this Palace complex date to 1824, having seen its own share of time and gathering specimens from all these ages, becoming one itself.

Mansar Lake is located 62 km from Jammu which is a lake fringed by forest-covered hills, over a mile in length by half-a-mile in width. Besides being a popular excursion destination in Jammu, it is also a holy site, sharing the legend and sanctity of Lake Mansarovar. On the Eastern Bank of the Lake there stands a shrine to Sheshnag, a mythological snake with six heads that comprises of a big boulder on which a number of iron chains are placed that might be representing, the small serpents waiting on the tutelary deity of the Sheshnag. Two ancient temples of Umapati Mahadev & Narsimha are situated in the neighbouring area of the Mansar lake. People take a holy dip in the water of the lake on festive occasions.

Shiv Khori In the lap of nature , the Shivkhori shrine is situated on a hillock in the Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir. The cave is dedicated to one of the forms of Lord Shiva ( unborn and invisible ) resting place in the lingam. The cave consist of many magical and natural impression and images of other deities . The route from Jammu to Shivkhori is full of mountains and waterfalls.

Raghunath Temple comprises of a complex of seven Hindu shrines, each with its own Shikhara. It is one of the largest temple constructions of north India. Placed in Jammu in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir the temple was built by Maharaja Gulab Singh and his son Maharaja Ranbir Singh of the Rajput clan. The temple has many gods in its complex of shrines, but the ruling deity is Rama, an Avatar of Vishnu. The Mughal architectural influence is seen in all the spiral shaped towers which have gold plated spires, except the tower over the main shrine which is said to be in Sikh architectural style. The spaces in the walls of the shrines are admired with 300 well crafted images of the Gods. The paintings in the 15 panels of the main shrine are Ramayana, Mahabharata, and Bhagavad Gita oriented.

Bagh-e-bahu Situated by the iconic Bahu Fort, the Bagh-e-bahu is a beautiful and popular garden of Jammu. Atop a mountain facing the Tawi river, this garden is a combination of sprawling lawns, grand fountains, charming stone sculptures, a beautiful lake and a large aquarium.

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