Raghunath Temple is a notable sacred holy place of the Hindus. Situated in Jammu, Raghunath Mandir is one of the biggest sanctuary buildings of the Northern piece of India. The sanctuary is committed to Lord Rama, who is accepted to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. In 1835, the development of this sanctuary was begun by the organizer of Jammu and Kashmir, Maharaja Gulab Singh. After the demise of Gulab Singh, it was finished by his child, Maharaja Rambir Singh in 1860. One can without much of a stretch achieve this sanctuary from Srinagar/Jammu Airport by employing taxis or by taking general transports from the urban communities.
The colossal sanctuary has seven shikhars (towers), where each holy place has its own particular shikhar. On the very passageway of the Temple, a representation of Maharana Ranbir Singh and a picture of Lord Hanuman decorate the site. The focal holy place is devoted to Lord Raghunath/Rama, who is the directing divinity. Aside from the fundamental altar, alternate places of worship incorporate different incarnations of Lord Vishnu. There is a place of worship of Lord Surya (Sun God), which is another striking altar. There are numerous icons of various types of the God.
Inside the sanctuary, there are different places of worship that house colossal statues of the Hindu Gods and Goddesses. It is vital to specify that gold sheets shroud the inside dividers on three sides of this sanctuary. It additionally has a display, where different “Lingams” (phallic type of Lord Shiva) and “Saligrams” are set. Raghunath Temple includes every one of the pictures of the Hindu Pantheon, which is very remarkable. The sermons and customs of the sanctuary incorporate both morning and night Aarti.