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Temples of Jammu and Kashmir
The numerous temples of Jammu and Kashmir echo the religious importance of the State.
 
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 Temples of Jammu and KashmirThe state of Jammu & Kashmir has numerous towering temples slicing the skyline. Raghunath group of temples in Jammu city is the largest in North India. Vaishno Devi in Jammu and Amarnath in Kashmir attract pilgrims in hordes throughout the year as great religious importance is attached to these places. People from literally all over India and abroad come to see the place. These temples are internationally renowned.

The city of Jammu has come to be known as the `City Of Temples`. Innumerable temples and shrines with `Shikhars` soaring into the sky create the ambience of a holy and peaceful city.

There are quite a few temples in Jammu and Kashmir that are worth visiting and some of them are the Raghunath Temples, Kheer Bhawani Temple, Babor temple, Bahu Fort and temple, Buddha Amarnath temple, Ranbireswar temple, Nangli Sahib Gurdwara, Avantipur temples, Sudh Mahadev Temple, Vaishno Devi, Amarnath, the Shankaracharya Temple.

(Last Updated on : 11/04/2014)
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