The Raghunath Temple is located in Jammu and Kashmir and is located right in the heat of the city of Jammu. This temple is 130 years old and is considered to be one of the largest temple complexes in northern India. The Temple is dedicated to several Gods and Goddesses who were connected with the epic Ramayana which is extremely rare. There are seven shrines within the temple and each has a tower of its own. The main sanctuary is dedicated to Lord Vishnu's eighth incarnation the Rama.
The work of the temple was initiated by Maharaja Gulab Singh, he was the founder of the Kingdom of Jammuand Kashmir in 1835 AD, and was finally completed by his son Maharaja Ranbir Singh in 1860 AD.
The temple is situated at the city center. Upon visiting the temple you will notice that the inner walls of the main temple are covered with gold sheet on three sides while the interiors are plated with gold. One can even see many galleries of saligrams.