Jammu means the "city of temples". Admire, in the heart of the Old Town, Raghunath Mandir's complex, unique in northern India. Surrounded by several other temples, it has all the typical elements of a Hindu temple with, among others, huge deity statues and numerous lingams. Take a look at the gardens on the terraces, the flower carpets and the fountains around Fort Bahu. In the rampart of the majestic fort, perched on a rock, explore Bawey Wali Mata temple, where a crowd of pilgrims arrives every Tuesday and Sunday. Climb onto the mound across the fort and enjoy the view of Tawi River and a temple dedicated to Mahamaya. Admire the 12 crystal Shiva lingams at Ranbireshwara's Shivaist temple. Behind the airport, go to Peer Budhan Ali Shah's Muslim holy place (dagrah). Enjoy the mix of Mogul, rajput and European baroques influences on the palace of Mubarak Mandi. Take a look in the main bazaars of Vir Marg, Raghunath Bazaar and Hari Market.