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Uttarpara India
Jammu a usual ignored place
Nov 23, 2015 11:25 AM 9942 Views


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According to me Jammu is an ignored place. because most of tourists do not stay here on the way to Kashmir or Ladakh. Jammu has opulences to offer to visitors. In 2009, en route Kashmir we stayed here for two nights i.e. while going to Kashmir and while returning from there.The place or rather the city is a sprawling one. Near Hari market there is a famous temple named Raghunath temple housing deities of Lord Ram, Laxman, Seeta and Hanuman.The temple complex is quite big and places many deities of gods and goddess. We entered and sought blessings of them. It was not very congested. In Hari market we mooched around and looked for woollens just prior to winter in October.

Another day we visited Dogra art museum and that is placed on a hillock and therefore we went by a hired car and visited the museum.We observed garments, weapons and other collections. It was a serene place that time and not flooded with tourists.The same day we visited Amar Mahal Palace Museum and witnesses an exquisite collection of photography there.

Jammu city is not a plain city rather uneven.Jammu is a huge city and it ends just before Udhampur. But if I have to talk of Jammu valley then it does not end here.In Jammu region we happened to visit another place named Patnitop. It was an epitome of serenity and tranquility. The place is studded with oak, palm and deodar trees and really freshens one's mind. We got energized while going to Srinagar from jammu at a short halt there. The place has many food courts and restaurants. We had only punjabi food near where we halted.Jammu is connected by trains with cities like Kolkata, Delhi and Mumbai.The marketsare rich in woolens, garments and they are very cheap and of course cheaper than Srinagar markets.

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