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Old Fort

Bahu Fort is in Jammu City and is a very old fort . Inside the fort is a temple of Bave vali-Mata... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
prerna62
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Raebareli, India
A very old Fort !!!

This fort is a 3000 years old fort built by King Bahulochan. It's a well maintained structure... read more

Reviewed 29 June 2017
Rajani B
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Jammu City, 180001, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Bahu Fort is in Jammu City and is a very old fort . Inside the fort is a temple of Bave vali-Mata . To visit this temple you have to walk inside the road having all prasad shops lined both side of the road. The...More

Thank prerna62
Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

This fort is a 3000 years old fort built by King Bahulochan. It's a well maintained structure which has been through several phases of renovation over the years. It's located on the bank of River Tawi. There is also a Goddess Kali temple in close...More

Thank Rajani B
Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

Very nicely maintained fort. Parking is there.. timeing 9am to 9pm. Entry fees is there. A must visit place in jammu.

Thank avikmukherjeeDelhi
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

The fort was first built several centuries ago by Bahu Lochan and his King brother Jambu Lochan. It's after King Jambu Lochan that the city is called Jammu. The fort was damaged due to again and then again rebuilt several times and also renovated. The...More

1  Thank Rajesh k
Reviewed 8 May 2017

This fort is one of the older forts of India. Me with my friends visited this fort last year and it was really a historical experience for us. Our trip to this fort proved to be very adventurous and memorable.This fort is located approximately 6kms...More

Thank akshayindulkar2525
Reviewed 27 March 2017

We visited this place for Bawey Wali Mata Temple. It is controlled by army so no one can enter in the main fort area. It is on a hill. There is a beautiful aquarium and a garden in the fort premises, where one can enter...More

Thank Niya1315
Reviewed 22 March 2017

If you are a visitor to see the fort, you will be thoroughly disappointed. The way it is structured that you as a visitor have to enter the "Mahamaya Kali Temple" which is located inside the fort and you cannot see anything other than the...More

Thank supratikgupta
Reviewed 14 March 2017

I visited bahu fort and maa kali temple in febuary with family .It is a holy place of worship maakali mata .She fulfills everbody desires who go there with pure heart.

Thank tekkar43
Reviewed 10 March 2017

Just outside walls remain at this fort, located on the banks of a river & Bagh-e-Bahu Gardens by its side. But fort is in ruins & nothing to see at all. Just a popular Temple complex within - dedicated to Bawe Wali Maa, very popular...More

Thank DurgeshRajadhyaksha
Reviewed 9 February 2017

Bahu Fort was built by Raja Bahulochan brother of Raja Jamulocahn. Bahulochan set up city of Bahu on left bank of river Tawi. After the death of Bahulochan his brother Raja Jamulochan founded the city of Jammu on a tablelnad about 200 to 500 feet...More

1  Thank seth1949
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