Raghunath Mandir Jammu Kashmir famous Hindu temple. The temple shrines, each with its own “Shikhara”. Raghunath Mandir Jammu Kashmir is one of the largest temple complexes of north India. The temple is located in Jammu of Jammu and Kashmir of the Indian State. While Jammu was under the administration by Maharaja Gulab Singh he built the temple during the period 1822–1860 by order of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Raghunath Mandir has many Gods in its complex of shrines, but the presiding deity is Rama( An Avathar Of Lord Vishnu). The Temple which has gold plated spires and the main shrine which is said to be in the Sikh architectural style as it except the tower over, and also seen to be a Mughal architectural influence as seen in all the spiral-shaped towers. The walls of the shrines are decorated with 300 well-crafted images of deities in The niches. Based on themes from Ramayana, Mahabharata, and Bhagavad Gita, the paintings in the 15 panels of the main shrine.
The temple Raghunath Mandir during 2002 was also in the news when bombers Fidayeen of the Lashkar-e-Toiba suicided, who attacked it twice with indulged in indiscriminate firing and grenades which resulted in the death of many devotees and also in injuries to many people