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Temple is good but not the priests

Temple is situated in a main place. The temple has many idols. The problem wit the temple is their... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2018
Rajashekharssn
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Mumbai, India
An avatar of Vishnu God .

This is the largest temple complex of north indiahas 7 shikhars or spires : nside the temple, there... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2018
nsangani
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Mumbai, India
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Reviewed 4 June 2018

Temple is situated in a main place. The temple has many idols. The problem wit the temple is their priests. They will intimidate you to put offerings.

Thank Rajashekharssn
Reviewed 30 May 2018

This is the largest temple complex of north indiahas 7 shikhars or spires : nside the temple, there are other shrines that house huge statues of the Hindu Gods and Goddesses. It is noteworthy to mention that gold sheets cloak the interior walls on three...More

Thank nsangani
Reviewed 5 February 2018 via mobile

It’s a famous Hindu temple in the main market of Jammu. The temple is big and large number of devotees and tourist. But sadly it is now famous for the greediness of the people associated with temples. My own experience was also not very good.

Thank ST_INDIA
Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

It's a great temple but beware of the pandit assigned with each Murti who'll try to loot u. There is a locker room available where u need to keep ur wallet, mobile, belt etc. The market along with temple is also nice to try hands...More

Thank Pankaj7269
Reviewed 4 August 2017

This temple is situated in the middle of Raghunath Bazaar...the main market of Jammu city... The temple is heavily guarded...and security is very tight because of security threats every now and then...you are not allowed to take in any electronic gadget including phone and even...More

Thank Kunal_Bhowmick
Reviewed 8 June 2017 via mobile

Nice temple. Be careful from Pandits and pujaris (priests). Sad part is mobile or camera not allowed inside.

Thank avikmukherjeeDelhi
Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

It is a great place to visit, you will get darshan of devtas, bhagwan, and all nature. Just beware of the pujaris they are only there to ask for money only no puja or shradha involved even they started fighting if you deny .

Thank Shobhit S
Reviewed 28 March 2017

It is a huge temple in Raghunath Bazaar. You will not face much problem if you are alone. If you go there as a couple, your experience here may not be good. There are many temples inside which are taking care by one Pandit each....More

1  Thank Niya1315
Reviewed 14 March 2017

recently when in Feburary i was in Jammu, I visited the famous Raghunath temple, which is situated in the middle of a mile long Raghunath Bazar. The temple is very easily reachable either from an auto or from mini buses . If you are using...More

Thank Vibhav D
Reviewed 10 March 2017

Located at the center of the city, surrounded by the famous Raghunath Bazaar, it is the largest temple complex of Naoth India. Dedicated to Sri Rama - Sita - Laxmana , it has more than 300 well crafted deities of the Hindu religion within the...More

Thank DurgeshRajadhyaksha
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