Amidst the captivating embrace of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, there lies a gem of a city known as Jammu. A cherished winter capital, it proudly wears the crown of being the headquarters and the largest city in the Jammu district. Nestled alongside the flowing river Tawi, it spans an enchanting area of 240 kms, caressed by the grandeur of the Himalayas in the north and embraced by the serenity of the northern plains in the south. As the second-most populous city in the union territory, Jammu weaves its spell on all who grace its sacred soil.
Dancing to the rhythm of a glorious heritage, Jammu is hailed as the “City of Temples,” enchanting seekers of spirituality and history alike with its ancient temples and shrines. But the city harbours more than just a glorious past; it dreams of an inspiring future.
Within the essence of the “Idea of Jammu City Project” lies a resolute vision, carried forth by the City Administration. With its eyes set on transformation, Jammu aspires to become a city “of the people, for the people, and by the people,” where the dreams of its residents intertwine with the tapestry of its eternal spirit.