Jammu, one of the holiest cities of India which is visited by most of the Hindu’s throughout the year. Situated on the banks of River Tawi and southern part of Jammu and Kashmir, Jammu provides a wonderful experience to all the tourists coming from every corner of the globe. This peaceful city offers majestic temples, sacred shrines, fascinating “Shikaras” and ancient history which goes back to the 2nd century. Being the starting point of famous Hindu pilgrim sites Amarnath Yatra and Vaishno Devi Temple, Jammu attracts thousands of tourists every year.
Along with these ancient temples and mosques, this city has a lot to offer such as amazing views, mouth-watering cuisines, rich culture and traditions, beautiful valleys, mighty rivers, alluring gardens and rich history. Jammu has been the seat of various clans such as Sikhs, Shahis, Hindus, Mughals and then British, hence this place offers great ancient history and buildings.
Jammu,the city of temple is also known for its majestic mountain ranges from Pir Panjal ranges to Shivalik Mountain ranges. Having a magnificent backdrop of these majestic mountains and plain green lands of Punjab on the southern side and three rivers flowing through the city, makes Jammu worth visiting.
Custom Tours India is here to arrange a beautiful voyage of this wonderful city and state for your upcoming tour of India. Along with this,Custom Tours India is specialized in customizing your tour plan with Jammu and other parts of India as well as per your preference. Below mentioned are the important tourist spots of the city.
Vaishno Devi Temple is one of the holiest temples in India which is visited by a huge number of devotees every year. Situated on trikuta hills, hence the temple is also known as “Trikuta Devi Temple”. Vaishno Devi temple is dedicated to Vaishno Mata, manifestation of Hindu Goddess Durga and it is said that the holy mother fulfils everyone’s wish who comes here with pure heart and faith. The main attraction of this temple is the three naturally formed rocks which are known as Pindies which reflects the three faces for Goddess Durga. The three faces are Goddess Saraswati (For Knowledge), Goddess Lakshmi (For Wealth) and Goddess Kali (For Power, destruction and time).