The Poonch Fort is a wonderful place to visit in Jammu. Sprawling over a territory of 7,535 sq m, this excellent verifiable structure bears stories of periods under the control of the Dogras, Sikhs and Muslims, inside its thick dividers. The establishment of this stronghold was laid in AD 1713 by Raja Abdul Razaq Khan, however the development of the same was finished by his child Raja Rustam Khan, between AD 1760 and 1787.
The fortress includes a progression of structures that are orchestrated around four sporadic yards. These structures have a place with the particular periods of Muslim govern, Sikh run and Dogra run the show. The primary building shows impacts of a la mode Mughal engineering. At the point when Sikh rulers administered the locale, they added focal piece to it, which is worked in average Sikh structural style.