Jammu Darshan

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Sarthal Valley- Must Visit place in Kathua

Sarthal, situated at an altitude of above 2150 mtrs amsl is a meadow in Kathua district. Surrounded by mountains on all sides, Sarthal is home to a village of Gujjars, they live here for only few months as during winter these gujjars migrate to the lower lands of Kathua and Jammu. The region experiences heavy…

Tulip Garden blossoms in Sanasar

If you do not like being in a noisy hill station, crowded with tourists, Sanasar is the best place to be in. Sanasar is located 19 km west of Patnitop in Udhampur district of Jammu & Kashmir, Named after small local lakes- Sana and Sar. At an altitude of 6700 ft, Sanasar is a picturesque…

Shankhpal Trek

Situated at an altitude of 2,897 metres, the temple is just a few hours’ walk away from Sanasar. A 4-5 hours trek takes you to the Raja Shankh Pal peak. Photos Clicked by Gurvinder Singh For More Photos: Click here

Gupt Ganga

Gupt Ganga Temple   To the east of Bhaderwah town on the bank of river Neru at a distance of 0.5 km is an ancient temple know as Gupt Ganga Temple. It is an important ancient religious shrine of the Bhaderwah region. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and it is believed that the…

Jai Valley

Jai Valley If there is a Paradisiacal hilly resort in the Jammu and Kashmir, it is Bhaderwah in Doda district. Pristine, enchanting and tranquil are probably the best adjectives that can describe the natural beauty of Bhaderwah.   Jai Valley is one of the most beautiful valleys of Bhaderwah, situated at a distance of about…

Chhatergala- Unexplored and Untouched Beauty

Chhatergala       Chhatergala Pass is at around 10500 feet ASL, the highest point on Bhaderwah-Bani-Basohli Road. It was sunny just 5 kms back but as soon as we reach the hilltop, the mist has engulfed the whole area. And it started raining heavily, unable to take pictures but still took few in that…

Chandi Mata Mandir, Chinote

चंडी माता मंदिर,चनौत An annual Yatra of Mata Machail held in the month of August. The Yatra starts from Chinote in Bhaderwah and ends at Machail at the shrine. This is a two day journey from Atholi via Gulabgarh. Lacs of pilgrims take part in the Yatra to pay obeisance to Mata Chandi.

Padri – Must visit place during Bhaderwah trip

Padri   Padri is located at a distance of 40 km from Bhaderwah. Perched at an elevation of 10,500 feet, Padri is the highest point on Bhaderwah- Chamba road and experience heavy rainfall during winter days and sometimes in peak summer too. It is one of the popular picnic spots of Bhaderwah region.      …

Basohli Bridge- Ranjit Sagar Lake: Atal Setu

  The Basohli bridge, named as Atal Setu, is the fourth of its kind in India. The other three cable-stayed bridges are–Hugli bridge at Kolkata, Naini bridge in Allahabad and Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link in Mumbai. The bridge, which is in Basohli tehsil of Kathua district of Jammu is North India’s first cable-stayed bridge. It has…

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