Suchetgarh-Border Touch in Nai Basti Gulabgarh and Pakistan

Both nations have their check posts at this dead end between the two countries. It is a spot where BSF guards the post and serves as guide to the visiting tourists. This used to be an octroi post before partition. There also existed Railway Station linking jammu with Sialkot. BSF personnel are very cooperative and nice in behavior. They are friendly and show the border to the visitors with enthusiasm. Lahore is 141kms from Suchetgarh.

Raghunath Ji Temple Complex

Raghunath ji( Lord Rama ) temple is a historical temple . It is said that the famous temple built in Jammu City known as Raghunath Mandir in Jammu finds its origin to this temple. Prayers bring immediate fruit to the prayee.

In this complex there is a temple of Lord Hanuman ji . The complex is managed by Dharamarth Trust .There is a cafeteria also. The visitors get registered and are permitted to see the border touching the Pakistan. The BSF guarding the border takes the visitor to the tour showing the gallery and the land and pickets of Pakistan

Gharana Wetland

This spot /area of wet land is famous for bird lovers . Gharana Wetland known as bird watchers paradise in RS Pura Jammu is home to thousands of migratory birds during winter season . Gharana Wetland is located close to Indo Pak border in Jammu District and has been notified as a protected water body and declared as important Bird Area (IBA)

These wetlands are important staging grounds for Migratory birds in winter. These wetlands which are located very near to Nai Basti Gulabgarh are also important for generating eco tourism. Visitors throng here to view the migratory birds

Accoding to JK wildlife department officials over 50 species of the bar headed geese , including some rare and endangered species , every year fly a distance of more then 1000 miles over the Himalayas in a single day to reach here from their breeding grounds in Central Asia and other parts of the world


Nai Basti Gulabgarh village came into existence after partition of the country. Hindu population of Gulbgarh migrated to the present location which was named as Nai Basti Gulabgarh by the community that migrated to Indian side.

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