Jammu, the capital city of Jammu and Kashmir state of India, has a lot of temples and even considered as the "city of temples". Har Ki Pauri is name of the popular bathing ghat in Haridwar, the sacred city of Hindus. Jammu city also has a temple named as "Har Ki Pauri". Har Ki Pauri temple of Jammu is a modern day temple built on the banks of the river Tawi. The temple is attracted by a huge number of devotees nowadays due to its magnificent idols and the presence of idols of almost all the Gods and Goddesses of Hinduism.
Largest and rare temple complex in northern part of India, situted in the heart of Jammu city, built by Dogra ruler Maharaja Ranbir Singh contains beautiful statues of hindu gods and goodness along with Natraj temple Complex. The unque is that it has 12 lakh small shaligrams installed in this historical temple. Right outside the temple is popular shopping bazaar called Raghunath Bazar.
The beautiful Mansar Lake is situated at a distance of 62 kilometers from the city of Jammu and 40 kilometers from the Udhampur city. The bountiful nature abounds near the lake in plenty. The Mansar Lake is surrounded by hills that are rich in forest areas. Circumambulating the lake is believed to bring good fortune to the newly wedded couples. That is why honeymooners often visit the lake to take an auspicious stroll around it. The circumference of the lake is four kilometers.
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