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Ahoi Ashtami celebrated across Jammu Region

Ahoi ashtami celebrated across Jammu region by Mothers for the well being of their children. Ahoi Ashtami fast, is observed by mothers for prosperity of their Children. This Day is Dedicated to goddess Ahoi Mata, falls on the Ashtami (eighth day) of Kartik month.. This festival marks the beginning of Diwali. The Story of Ahoi Ashtami relates to a woman who lived in a village with her seven sons. D...[Read More]

Bread Kaladi and Paneer Pakoda @ Kainth Gali, Panchari

Bread Kaladi @Kainth Gali Panchari is one of the beautiful Unexplored hill station in Udhampur District. It is a hill resort perched with Deodar forest on the one side,and a small hill top township on the other and surrounded by Ladha Dhar on the east, Saroli Dhar on the west, Sankhpal Dhar on the north and Kainth Gali ridges on the south.

Singh ki Kaladi

Singh Ki Kaladi This particular eatery is one of the oldest in Udhampur city famous for Bread Kaladi. You can also have Kaladi Parantha here For More Photos: Click here   Also Read: What to eat in Udhampur

Samroli ki Kaladi

Samroli Ki Kaladi  

Momos Hut

Momos Hut 

Mehra ki Lachhe wali Kulfi

Mehra ki Lachhe wali Kulfi  


Kaladi  कलाड़ी Kaladi is an authentic Dogra cheese that is usually sautéd in its own fat and salted while serving. It is very popular in Jammu province, specially in Udhampur and Jammu. Ramnagar town of Udhampur district is known for producing the best Kaladis.

Lazeez Restaurant

Lazeez- located on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway near Domail, Udhampur. After a long time, a new and good quality restaurant opened up in Udhampur. Sitting area is little Congested, Good service and tasty food. .

Jammu Ka Swad

Jammu loves spicy, tangy and soury taste a lot, specially the Khatta(sour). As They say “a picture is worth a thousand words,” so in this section we would love to celebrate the power of images by showcasing the specialities of Jammu.

Karva Chauth and Importance of Sargi and Baya

Karva Chauth is one of the most awaited festivals of North India, which is celebrated by the married women. The word ‘Karva’ means diya (small earthen lamp) and ‘chauth’ means fourth since it falls on the 4th day after the full moon in the kartik month. Karva Chauth is a fast undertaken by married women who offer prayers seeking the welfare, prosperity, well-being, and longevity of their husba...[Read More]

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