Pugga Vrat is observed on the fourth day of Krishna paksha, (the fading phase of moon) in the month of Magha according to Hindu lunar calendar. Pugga Vrat is also called Sakat Chauth, Ganesh Chauth or Tilkuta Chauth. Lord Ganesha and the Moon God are worshiped on Pugga Vrat. This vrat is mainly observed in North India. A full day fast is observed on this day. Mothers observe fast on this day so th...[Read More]
City Chowk ka Kadah(कड़ाह) There are two vendors running their stalls early morning serving Sooji ka halwa(in dogri language, it is called as कड़ाह) in the City Chowk area of Jammu City. Both serves Kadah in the traditional Doona (डूना) made from leaves. Dont forget to visit them as early as possible, usually its all over by 8-8:30 am. Halwa served by both are at par with each other. For More Photos...[Read More]
Apsara Road ki Jalebi Jalebi is a sweet popular in India. It is made by deep-frying a wheat flour (maida flour) batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup.
Sasrut Sasrut- Just like Gulra, is a type of sweet usually prepared dogra weddings. When bride move to her in law’s house she take this alongwith her and then in-laws distribute a little bit of it among all the relatives. [facebook=https://www.facebook.com/petbharlo/photos/pb.677216069081386.-2207520000.1447858385./682601701876156/]
Gulra Gulra– A Jammu Special delicacy usually prepared dogra weddings. When bride move to her in law’s house she take this alongwith her and then in-laws distribute a little bit of it among all the relatives.
Pahalwan di Hatti is situated at Gole market, Gandhi nagar, Jammu. It is one of the most famous eating joints in Jammu. It is famous for its sweets, snacks and meals like Rajma chawal, Chholle bathure, Pav Bhaji and many more.