A holy place of pilgrimage. Bathing in the Rāhulā (Rahula) and Surasā (Surasa) rivers and going to Anantatīrtha (Anantatirtha) has been mentioned in Nīlamatapurāṇa (Nilamatapurana). Visitation of this holy site results in attainment of Nāgaloka (Nagaloka). The place has been so named after Anantanāga (Anantanaga).

Anantatīrtha is situated at the western foot of the Mārtaṇḍa (Martanda) plateau of Kashmir in modern Islamabad.