Bhaderwah is a town in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir state. Bhaderwah valley is predominantly a mountainous town situated 80 km from Batote. Bhadarwah is located on the foothills of middle Himalayas. The town is endowed with breath-taking natural beauty which is why it is popularly called “mini Kashmir”. Apart from having picture perfect scenic beauty due to beautiful forests, there are many small streams flowing through various parts of the town. The Halyan river flows through the main market of the town. Bhaderwah also known as “Nagon ki bhoomi” means ‘land of Snakes’. The history is very little known to general masses. The Bhaderwah Town ( Nagar Bhaderwah ) was known as Hettary Nagar and prior to that, there were two other towns namely Donga nagar and Udho Nagar. Both the Nagar was situated around villages Mondha which is about 3 km. In the East of present Bhaderwah town.


 Places of Interest:
  • Vasuki Naag Temple
  • Khani Top fort
  • Chinta Valley
  • Seoj Meadow
  • Jai Valley
  • Padri