The Raghunath temple is located in the Fatthu Chaugan, Pakki Dhaki, Majin, Jammu, and Kashmir. It is one of the biggest Temple in north India. During 1835 to 1860, this temple was started by the Maharaja Gulab Singh and completed by the Rambir Singh. Maharaja Gulab Singh after getting inspiration from the Shri Ram Dass Bairagi start constructed this temple. The people from all over the world visit this temple to worship Lord Rama. The temple has seven different shikhars sites. This temple is made up of gold. It has 33 crores god of Hindu religion. This temple is unique from all other temples of India.
From inside, the temple it is decorated with gold. It appears in a form of a sequence of five Kalash from the outside. Inside the garbha graha, the visitors can view the idols of Lord Rama, Site and Lakshman. There are many other rooms where there are many idols of various characters in Ramayana and Mahabharata.
There are also four different dharmas including Rameshwaram, Dwarkadheesh, Badrinath, and Kedarnath are present in the temple. These are arranged in such a way so that the visitors can see all these four from direction. There is also a room for God Satyanarayan. In the center of the room, there is also an impression of god that looks beautiful. The walls of the room have a calendar that shows god with all the months.
In 2002, the temple was attacked by the terrorists. It was closed after this attack and reopens in 2013. The people from all over the world visit this temple to worship Lord Rama. The tourists can visit this temple at any time of the month. The nearest airport and railway station is in Jammu. The temple opens at 6 am and close at 8 pm.