Kashmir Travels
Jammu Amar Mahal

Get a quote | make a booking

It’s easy to get a quote or book a Tour with Us.
Kashmir Travels often has some great deals and you can view these by clicking.

View Details ›

Jammu & kashmir Population


Enjoy breathtaking views, unmatched anywhere else in the world. Our hotels and houseboats are located on some of the most pristine locations of Kashmir.

View Details ›

Vaishno Devi

Traveler's Guide

With the Kashmir travels scheme you can get exclusive rates, or join us as an affiliate to earn commission on all referrals.

View Details ›

Tourist in Taxi

Travel Needs

Just leave the details to us! Our reliable and well trained travel consultant will be waiting to escort you. We arrange your stay in top luxurious hotels and houseboats.

View Details ›


Traveler's Guide

When we say, “We can make a World of Difference” here’s why? We love to serve you.Kashmir Travels is a family-owned business that was founded in 1960s.

View Details ›

Sadhu in Amarnath

Group Tours

We will go the extra mile to facilitate your booking. Whether you have a sports team, school group, band, orchestra, family.

View Details ›

Tribe People of Jammu

Excellent 24/7 customer service

Kashmir Travels is a special team dedicated to catering to the travel needs we can source excellent group rates, for Treks, Ski, Tours.

View Details ›

Mansar Lake in Jammu

Tour Packages

No need to surf Multiple Sites for packages, quotes, travel plans! Simply fill the booking form and Get up to 4 quotes in your MAILBOX.

View Details ›


KASHMIR TRIP The state of Jammu and Kashmir displays diversity in almost all forms of life. The diversity is not explicit only in the different provinces, but also within a single province as well. The dialect in Kashmir valley changes after every 10 km. However, the best form of diversity is exhibited in the kind of religions that people practise. While in Kashmir the majority of the people follow Islam, in Ladakh the predominant religion is Buddhism and Jammu people are mostly Hindus. However it is not exclusive to any particular religion and people from different faiths live in every region with complete peace and harmony.

Jammu is known as the city of temples and this title makes obvious the religion that most people follow here. Majority of the people in Jammu division are Hindus, followed closely by Muslims who form the second religious majority in the state. Many districts have a Muslim majority. Hinduism is pretty much old in the region. There are a number of temples in the region in which many gods and goddesses are worshipped in these temples. People in Jammu, like elsewhere in the state, are religious and follow their religion with zeal and zest.

The religious passion and fervour of the people of Jammu is evident from the large number of temples that adore the region. There are numerous temples in Jammu, which are the main religious centres in the division. Many of the temples and the cave shrines they are centuries old and a few of these have the privilege of mention in the religious scriptures of the Hindus. The temples and shrines witness a huge rush of devotees and pilgrims and they are equally liked, respected and thronged by the people of other religions and by local as well as foreign tourists.

Not all the areas are exhibit a Hindu majority and many areas are predominantly inhabited by Muslims. Districts like Doda, Poonch and Rajouri enjoy an exclusive Muslim majority. And they constitute around one-third of the population in the other districts as well. There are a considerable number of Sikhs and Christians as well. Many sufi shrines and important Muslim religious places are also present. All the people of different religions live in complete harmony and peace and practise their belief freely.

People in Jammu celebrate a number of Hindu festivals round the year. Many pilgrimage centres are located in the vicinity of its Province. People from all the corners of the country come to pay homage to their gods and goddesses. Kashmir valley also has some very important pilgrimage centres and temples, the most important and famous of which are Amarnath and KhirBhawani temples.
CIN : U63040DL2008PTC177736   Government of India
Reg No : Reg/2019/DT/42/l-2   Government of J&K Tourism