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About Jammu (IXJ)
Surrounded by the Himalayas, Jammu is the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir. This city is known for its temples, beautiful places and peaceful surroundings. Importent tourist attractions include Bahu Fort, Mubarak Mandi Palace, Peer Kho Cave Temple and Surinsar Lake. The Bahu Fort is one of the oldest in the region, and was built by thre Dogra Raja Bahuloochan 300 years ago. A beautiful garden known as Bagh-e-Bahu is a favorite picnic spot among tourists here. The extensive lawns have a wide variety of attractions like plants, big trees and waterfalls. The famous Bawey Wali Mala Temple dedicated to Goddess Kali is placed inside the fort. The Peer Kho Cave Temple is also known as Jamawant Cave is famous for its famous Swayambhu Shivling. Built in the midst of acacia forest and igneous rocks this is one of the most ancient temples in the Shivalik region. It is beleived to be the gateway to other caves and shrines and placed outside India. If you are planning to travel to Jammu you can take different routes to reach the city. No direct Jammu to Leh flights are available at reasonable rates. Flights to Leh are available from Jammu. MakemyTrip.com provides attractive discounts on Jammu to Leh flights airfares to make your journey comfortable.
Jammu Airport Address
Airport Name: Jammu Civil Enclave/ Satwari Airport
IATA Code: IXJ
Address: Civil Enclave Jammu (J&K)
GMT Offset: +5:30 hours
A perfect embodiment of nature, Leh is situated in the Leh district in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Situated on the banks of the river Indus, Leh is famous for its ancient Buddhist monuments, mosques of the Mughal period and the nine storied Stok Palace constructed in the Tibetan style of architecture. Located at a distance of 9o km from Leh, the Karma Dupgyud Choeling Monastry is one of major monastries for the Karmapa sect of Tibetan Buddhists. This monastry played a major role in spreading Tibetan Buddhism in the region. Situated at a distance of 14 km across the river, the Stok Palace is a major tourist attraction of the city. Built in 1825 by King Tsespal Tondup, it is a marvelous blend of Tibetan and Indian style of architecture. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, this palace gives a great view of sunrise and sunset to tourists. The Leh Palace is another beautiful palace, overlooking the town from the the edge of a hill. The Shanti Stupa built by Japanese Buddhists is also a major attraction of this place. It was established in 1985 by the Dalai Lama to spread Buddhist principles of love, peace and brotherhood across the world. There are no direct Leh to Jammu flights. Flights to Leh can be availed from Jammu. Depending on your budget you can book airtickets from Ladakh to Srinagar.