Bawey Wali Mata
The famous temple of 'Bawey Wali Mata' is in site the Bahu Fort, where every Tuesday and Sunday pilgrims throng and jostle one another to worship the Goddess. A little further away on a hill top opposite the Bahu Fort, is a lovely spot over looking the river Tawi, where a temple dedicated to Mahamaya has been constructed.
It is said that if Bawey Wali Mata is the presiding deity of Jammu, the Dargah of Peer Budhan Ali Shah (Peer Baba) is the other shrine that protect it people from mishaps and evil sprits a friend of Guru Gobind Singh, Peer Baba lived all his life on milk alone and was 500 years old when he died. On Thursdays, you can find Hindu and Sikh devotees vastly out - numbering their Muslim brethren at this shrine such is the faith that people have in the Peer Baba. Most VIPs make it a point to visit this Dargah when they come to Jammu.
Arriving At Maha Kali
By Air :
The state has three major civil airports at Srinagar, Jammu, and Ladakh connected to Delhi and other places in the country.
By Rail : Jammu Tawi is the main railhead of Jammu & Kashmir. It is connected to most of the important towns and cities of the country.
By Road :
One can easily reach Jammu by the National Highway 1A that goes from Punjab and runs through this city, connecting it to the rest of the state, including the capital Srinagar. The state transport corporation runs several buses to most of the big towns and cities in north India. Ladakh is connected to Srinagar and Manali by some of the most difficult road networks in the world.