This is another place that has a connection with the great epic Mahabharata. It is believed that Pitamaha Bhishma (father figure revered by both Kauravas and Pandavas) lay on the arrowed bed here, created by Arjuna; from here he saw the epic Battle of Mahabharata. The place now has a temple next to a water tank called the Banganga or the Bhishma Kund. There is a legend attached to this water tank, which says when Bhishma lay down on his bed of arrows, he felt thirsty and asked for water. To fulfill his desire, Arjuna immediately shot an arrow into the ground and let lose a stream of gushing water. This is how the Bhishma Kund is believed to have come into existence.