Raghunath Ji Temple, Jammu
Raghunath Temple is a well-known holy shrine of the Hindus. Located in Jammu, Raghunath Mandir is one of the largest Lord RamaRama
As of late, in the year 2007, the idea of whether Rama... Temple in the Northern part of India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Rama, who is believed to be the seventh avatar of Lord VishnuVishnu
Vishnu is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindus and is a part of Hindu Trinity,... In 1835, the foundation of this temple was started by the founder of Jammu & Kashmir, Maharaja Gulab Singh. After the death of Gulab Singh, it was completed by his son, Maharaja Ranbir Singh in 1860.
The large temple has seven shikhara (spires), where every shrine has its own Shikhar. On the main entrance of the Temple, a painting of Maharana Ranbir Singh and an image of Lord HanumanHanuman
SRI HANUMAN is worshipped everywhere in India, alone... decorated the site. The central shrine is devoted to Lord Raghunath (Rama), who is the presiding deity. Apart from the main shrine, the other shrines contain various incarnations of Lord Vishnu. There is a shrine of Lord Surya (Sun God), which is another beautiful shrine. There are many idols of different forms of the God.
Inside the temple, there are other shrines that house huge statues of the Hindu Gods and Goddesses. In the inner walls of the main temple are coated with gold sheet on three sides while the interiors of the temple are plated with gold. It also has a gallery, where various 'Lingams' and 'Saligrams' are placed. The Temple is dedicated to various Gods and Goddesses connected with the epic Ramayana which make it a rare site to behold. The sermons and rituals of the temple include both morning and evening Aarti. It is a Hindu religious ritual of worship
Devotees flock to this temple to witness the sacred Hindu rituals, including daily pujas and aartis. Intricately built with several galleries and Saligrams, this temple is situated right in the middle of the city of Jammu and is thus a popular temple among devotees and tourists.
Built by: Started by Maharaja Gulab Singh, Completed by Ranbir Singh
Built in: During 1835-1860
Dedicated to: Lord Rama
Attraction: One of the largest temple complexes of North India
Opening timings for Raghunath temple
All days of the week
6:00 AM - 8:00 PM
How to reach Raghunath Temple
Located in Katra, around 60 minutes away from Jammu city, you can reach the Raghunath temple by the regular bus services from the city or by hiring a cab.
Nearest Airport to Raghunath Temple
The nearest airport to Raghunath Temple is Jammu airport, Jammu which is 5 km away from Raghunath Temple.
Nearest Railway Station to Raghunath temple
The nearest railway station to Raghunath temple is Jammu Tawi Train Station which is 3 km away from Raghunath Temple.