The Jammu Smart City abounds in a large number of shrines which testify to the deep devotional spirit of the people. An increasing stream of pilgrims from all over the country and even abroad visit these shrines every year. While Jammu is famous as the City of Temples on account of numerous temples - old and new - which dot the landscape, the City however also has a fair number of shrines of other faiths. The shrines of Jammu City make it a glowing example of secularism and inter-religious harmony.
Historically, R.S Pura being as an important railway station of undivided India in pre British times. It is 28 kms from Jammu and the border between India and Pakistan lies 9 kms from R.S Pura and is known as Suchetgarh border. This border town is on Westside of J&K state. The forest Octroi Post for the state was at Suchetgarh and hence has a great historical importance.
Cable Car Station Bahu
Twenty-five years after it was first planned, the long-awaited ropeway service from Bahu Fort Temple to Mahamaya Temple was finally inaugurated on July 27, 2020 giving a much-needed boost to the tourism sector of Jammu region. The ropeway is expected to provide a boost to pilgrimage tourism in Jammu as it connects three temples - Jamvant Gufa (Peer Kho Temple), Mahamaya Temple and Bahu Fort Temple.
The sacred soil of Jammu & Kashmir has been the battleground for several wars and the state has given some of the finest soldiers to the armed forces of the nation. To show eternal gratitude to the martyrs of various wars fought in J&K since independence, the Indian Army conceived a unique war memorial at Bahu Wali Rakh near the historic Bahu Fort and named it 'Balidan Stambh'(the monument of sacrifice) in Jammu. Balidan in Hindi means "Sacrifice" and Stambh means a "Pillar". It has a Memorial Pillar constructed in memory of the martyr soldiers. Balidan Stambh is a perfect historical and emotional rendezvous for the people of Jammu region. This Balidan Stambh also epitomizes a vibrant linkage of rest of the country with Jammu & Kashmir. It is here that the soul of our fallen heroes will rests in peace. It is located on the way to Bahu fort.
Near Jammu at India-Pakistan border, over 50 species of Bar headed Geese, endangered migratory birds visit here.
Spread on 1385 kanals and located on the outskirts of the city is a 18 hole eco-friendly Golf course.
The forest area that surrounds the Bahu fort has been developed into a well laid out park called the "Bagh-e-Bahu", from where a commanding view of the city of Temple is seen. A state of the Art, Musical Fountain is all most complete.