Tourism

Devika River

                           Udhampur is also well known city for the Devika river. the Devika river is also known as the younger sister of the Ganges.In the Nilmat Puran that was written in the 7th century by Nela Muni, it is mentioned that the Devika River is a manifestation of the mother Goddess Parwati... >>more

Group of Temples Krimachi

          Kiramchi is a small village in Udhampur  district of Jammu & Kashmir State. It lies 12 kms north of Udhampur on Udhampur-Lander road  and 67 kms from Jammu. The complex consists of five temples and two small shrines...>>more

 

Ramnagar Fort     

         Ramnagar is situated on the left bank of Kud river in mid Himalayan range, about  40 kms west of Udhampur. Ramnagar also served as the captial of old Bandarlta State. During the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, it came under Sikh ruke and Raja Suchet Singh, the brother of Raja...>>more

Sudh-Mahadev And Mantalai Temple  

              

                        
 
          This highly revered Shiva temple is located at a distance of 42 Kms from Patnitop and 112 Kms from Jammu ,Legend has it that after bathing at a spring called Gouri  Kund, just short of Sudh Mahadev ,the Goddess Parvati...>>more

 

Pingla Mata

          Pingla Mata is situated at a small hillock in village Pinger in Ramnagar Tehsil, about 20 Kms from Udhampur on Udhampur-Ramnagar Road and has been gaining popularity since last few years...>>more

 

Moungri Cave Shrines

 

 



             In the ancient times the village Moungri was known as Sonara. The word Sonara means a land of hundred water springs. In Dogri language, water spring is called Naaras. According to the legend, it was an abode of Nag...>>more

 
Shankri Devta Panchari  

              

                        
 
          This highly revered Shiva temple is located at a distance of 42 Kms from Patnitop and 112 Kms from Jammu ,Legend has it that after bathing at a spring called Gouri  Kund, just short of Sudh Mahadev ,the Goddess Parvati...>>more