Mubarak Mandi Palace is the biggest scared places in Jammu associating with a history of more than 150 years. Originally, it was the residence of erstwhile Dogra Kings. Located in the walled city complex, this temple was built in 1824 with the oldest Indian traditional architecture structure. It was perfectly blended with Baroque, Mugal, Rajasthani and European styles that are undoubtedly stunning. Inside it, there is a Sheesh Mahal which is one of the major attractions of this temple.
There is a pink hall in this temple which is occupied for the Dogra art museum. At this place, you will see a number of wall paintings, floral architecture, ancient ornaments etc. One can witness about eight hundred paintings at this museum stored in this museum. Some of the miniatures kept in this museum belong to the Kangra, Jammu and Basohili School of art. The main appearance of this museum is gold painted bow and arrow during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan. It also offers some galleries to you to celebrate some occasions and celebrations. Additionally, it houses a gorgeous courtyard and a beautiful garden which is open to all the people, visiting here.
Such rich additions have added the appearance of the structures more graceful and sophisticated. This place will also fascinate you by offering beautiful views of the city of Jammu on one side and the Tawi River on the other side of the palace.