Udhampur (ˌʊd̪ʱəmpur) is a city and a municipal council in Udhampur District in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Situated among lush green forests of Eucalyptus, it is the third-largest city of the Jammu region and the fifth-largest city in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Named after Raja Udham Singh, it serves as the district capital and the Northern Command headquarters of the Indian Army. A Forward Base Support Unit (FBSU) of the Indian Air Force is also stationed here. Udhampur is used by the Armed Forces as a transit point between Jammu and Srinagar when travelling by road (National Highway 1A).
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This is small temple Enroute Shivkori of hardly 6kms from market which can be reached by autoricksaw.
This is a small temple (under construction as of 17th April 2016). Have a big & very imp history about a saint believe on Vaishno Devi.
Go ahead take the blessings
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Udhampur devnadri is situated 70 km away from Jammu city on NH1 highway to Srinagar.Bestowed with natural beauty,this city holds lots of secrets from past . one such example is Krimchi temples.believed to be built by Pandavas brother during their exile. The place is well connected with road but........u need to walk for 1 km to reach the sight.which is well maintained by ASI...Most watch for solo adventure...go and dive in the mythological past of devine place.
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Siharh Baba Waterfalls near River Chenab comes on the way to Shiv khori from katra (Katra-riasi Road), which is almost 30 km away from Katra town. It comes under Riasi District (Jammu). Nearby water dam and 400 feet high natural water falls is a perfect place for the tourist to enjoy scenic beauty of Kashmir. The steep green hills along with the cool breeze added the charm to this historical place to visit for the tourists. In the month March-April one can enjoy bath also as the flow of water is moderate. Though the recent flood (February 2015) in Kashmir has damaged the place heavily, changing room, toilets sheds are almost washed out but still natural beauty is awesome. Renovation is underway and hopefully by this time it is completed. We visited the place on April 2015. The holy dip in the chilled water gives an immense pleasure in this scorching heat. There is a small temple of holy shrine of Siarh baba (Shiva) beside the waterfall.
Remember: Though road condition is very good, but there is no food or refreshment available at this location. Car Parking is available. Government is promoting this place as one of the upcoming tourist destination.
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Visited the ISKCON temple from outside while in Udhampur in May 2015. The town is beautiful, peaceful and joyful. People, food and beverages are good. Places in Udhampur district are awesome. There is a Mela upcoming in between 8-10th September 2015 in Sankri nearby Santri temple. Sankri is nearby Panchari - beautiful places to visit and good people around. There's a lot about this place, saying it less, suggest to visit this beautiful place.
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The location is absolutely peaceful and one may have the first glimpse of the Himalayas from here. The temple is dedicated to Mata Chintpurni a form of Goddess Durga and one must visit here. Its a wonderful place for meditaiton.
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Bhimgarh Fort, generally known as the Reasi Fort, is near Reasi, a town approximately 64 km northwest of Jammu.
The main entry gate is made of Baluka stones with Rajasthani carving. The front wall has loopholes. This has a statue of Mahakali and of Hanuman.
The fort has a temple, a pond, rooms of different sizes, armoury and treasury.
The fort is devastated by the earthquakes and lack of maintenance, it stands out as an important landmark in the town.
Visit anytime of the year. Winter is more preferable as the temperature is quite soothing.
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