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Ravi Rohmetra The uniqueness of Jammu City is that it is being called as City of Temples with great reverence. Situated at Chowk Chabutra in...

Yugdhar : A religious and tourist spot

Radha Krishan Sharma Yugdhar is one of the ranges of Himalayan mountain which is about 2080 metres from      sea level. It is one metre higher...

Jhanger, the historical town

K.D. Maini As per the legend Jhanger was named after a Brahman, Jhanger Dass who come here to live. After finding the place quite beautiful,...

Majestic Tree at Manoha

R S Jamwal There stands a majestic tree in the majestic village Manoha (Kothar) in Akhnoor tehsil.                 The tree has a height of 99 mts...

Guide to Kailash Manasarovar Yatra

S K Raina Like every year, this year also the Government of India, Ministry of External Affairs is organising the annual yatra to the Holy...

Thial-A historical Village

Ashok Sharma Thial is a sleepy village located at the foothills of Chauntra Mata, the presiding Diety of Chauntra hills,        about 55 Kilometers from Udhampur....

Shrine of Pir Chotay Shah

K D Maini The famous Shrine of Hazrat Pir Chotay Shah is located in the village Sakhi Madain near the Zairat of Pir Sakhi Sarvar. ...

Veer Badreshawar Temple

K D Maini Veer Badreshawar Temple has a great historical importance. This is the oldest temple in Rajouri district. The temple is located on the...

Khoon-A lot more than blood stains

Abhishek Jandial The Zest of exploring JAMMU's long lost history made us to reach about 70 KM far from the city of temples. A small...

In the land of Devika

Abhishek Jandial Udhampur district is marked sacred with the presence of pious waters of Devika river, which has been worshipped as the elder sister of...

The temple of Naina Devi

Ayodhya Nath Kerni Naina Devi temple on a hill top of Bilaspur in Himachal Pardesh is quite famous where heavy rush of devotees is noticed...

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