The Pavilion is one of Jammu’s very famous bars, in fact, it is Hotel Asia’s comprehensive bar.
This is also the case in several other Indian hill stations. In fact, it is common for restaurants and shops to shut early in the evening, thereby leading to an absence of nightlife as one would find in large cities. However, here nightlife is restricted to the pubs, hotels and bars that are part of the big hotels of Jammu & Kashmir. The reason Jammu is devoid of any nightlife is because it is a temple town and, therefore, though alcohol is not entirely banned, it is difficult to procure. You would be lucky to find a handful of bars and clubs serving alcohol, of course in hotels only.
A shivering Kashmir region received fresh snowfall on this afternoon as mercury overnight plummeted drastically several degrees below the freezing point.
Night Life in Jammu & Kashmir is quite non-existent and not many will find too many bars, clubs or pubs
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