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This article is about the Jammu Division, which is under Indian control. For the Indian-controlled part of the entire Kashmir region, see Jammu and Kashmir. For the Pakistani-controlled part, see Azad Kashmir. This is not an endorsement of claims by either side in the dispute.

The Jammu Division is a region of Jammu and Kashmir state in India.


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  • 1 Jammu — the largest city of the Jammu Division and the winter capital of the state
  • 2 Katra (Katra Vaishno Devi) — a small town in the foothills of the Trikuta Mountains famous for the Vaishno Devi Temple
  • 3 Patnitop — a small hill-station town
  • 4 Poonch (Punch) — a town in the Poonch District
  • 5 Udhampur — the second-largest city in the Udhampur District

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Jammu Division has a Hindu majority, unlike the Jammu and Kashmir state as a whole which have a Muslim majorities. The native language of Jammu is Dogri. The people in Jammu have cultural similarities with their Punjabi neighbours to the south and have been ruled by Punjabi maharajas over the course of history, but the hilly terrain of the land in contrast of the plains of Punjab has also made the people distinct in many ways.

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