Gupt Ganga Temple
To the east of Bhaderwah town on the bank of river Neru at a distance of 0.5 km is an ancient temple know as Gupt Ganga Temple. It is an important ancient religious shrine of the Bhaderwah region.
The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and it is believed that the shrine have been positioned in the same place where the Pandavas spent a few days in Bhaderwah during their exile days.
One of the rocks at the temple has the footprint of Bhim, the 2nd Pandava brother. Inside the temple, there is a footprint of Bhim on a rock. There is a long cave said to have been used by the Pandavas to reach Kashmir from Bhadarwah during the period of their Agyat-Vaas.