In an earlier article, Jammu Virasat told you the story of river Devika, the sister of river Ganga and its significance. Today, we shall introduce you with Purmandal, a sleepy little village situated on the banks of the Devika. Purmandal is a major pilgrimage site in Samba district of Jammu region.
The place has number of old temples and dharmashalas.
Here is a video produced by the J & K Dharmarth Trust showcasing the beauty and significance of Purmandal
“Purmandal” is about 40 km to the east of Jammu. It is also referred as ‘Chhota Kashi’. Purmandal is situated on the banks of the Devika River, was an ancient center of trade and learning. The temples managed and maintained by J&K Dharmarth Trust.