Jammu is one of the three administrative divisions, lying in the northern part of India within the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu city is the biggest city in Jammu and is known as the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir. To the North of Jammu lies Kashmir. Ladhak lies to the east of Jammu , whereas, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab lies on the south side of Jammu . In the west, Jammu is separated by the LoC from the Pakistan occupied region known as Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Lying amid the Vale of Kashmir at the north and Daman Koh Plains at the south, the Shivalik Range includes nearly all the areas of Jammu . The PirPanjal Range, Trikuta Hills and low-lying Tawi River basin add beauty and diversity to the topography of Jammu.
The PirPanjal range divides Jammu from the Kashmir valley. The inhabitants of Jammu are known as Dogra’s. The language spoken by these by inhabitants is known as dogri. Jammu comprises of ten districts, namely, Doda, Jammu, Kathua, Kishtwar, Poonch, Rajouri, Reasi, Ramban, Samba, and Udhampur. Jammu is home to many Hindu pilgrimage centers among which Vaishno Devi is the most famous of all. The city, Jammu has over the years, witnessed a populace of about 2.65 million. Majority of them follow Hinduism. While Islam and Sikhism share strong cultural heritage in the area. Apart from being a pilgrimage centre it has many places of interest. During the winter season plenty of ice sporting events take place in Jammu. A Jammu map has been provided with this link detailing every part of Jammu including the major places of interest and the connectivity available to other places.