Bagh-e-Bahu is an Urdu word which means the Garden at Bahu.
is one of the popular sightseeing attractions of Jammu. The beautiful garden is laid identical to Mughal Garden.
is a garden that was constructed as a part of the popular Bahu Fort.
is located on the bank of Tawi River in the lap of nature, away from the hustle and bustle of Jammu City. People from all walks of life find it a beautiful place to spend some time with the nature.This extensive garden has a variety of trees, flowers, and shrubs growing in it. The garden acts as an ideal picnic spot for visitors. An aquarium and an awareness centre were established in the
. With a length of over 220 meters, this newly added aquarium is now the largest underground aquarium in India.
Bahu fort is the oldest fort in Jammu city, was originally built by Raja Bahu Lochan over 3000 years ago. Inside, there is a temple dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali. It is a favorite picnic spots for the locals and tourists alike. Mini buses and auto-rickshaws are the common modes of the transportation to reach the Bahu Fort and
Located on the banks of the Tawi River, it boasts of a bewitching topography that is graced with lush greenery, colourful flowers, fountains and an amazing water body. A huge artificial lake with green turf, walkways and flower beds is built inside the complex.
A fish-shaped aquarium and the Bahu Fort are important highlights of the garden. One of the largest underground structures of its kind, this aquarium presents you an exotic aquatic world along with a public gallery and museum with 400 varieties of fish. The Bahu Fort, on the other hand, is an old edifice that features a famous temple of Goddess Mahakali, locally known as Bawe < Wali Mata. Ideal for picnics and fun outings, this verdant landscape oozes spectacular beauty at every turn. Inside the garden, on either side of the well-laid pathways, you will find plants and fountains that accentuate the overall appeal of the place. In one of the corners of the garden, stands a set of beautifully carved stone sculptures. From the lakeside, you can behold sights of the Tawi River and adjacent terrains.