The Neelum River or Kishanganga is a river in the Kashmir region of India and Pakistan. The Neelam River originates from Krishansar Lake in the vicinity of Sonamarg and runs northwards to Badoab village where it meets a tributory from the Dras side and runs westwards along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. It is fed by many glacial tributory streams on its way. It enters Azad Kashmir in the Gurais sector of the Line of Control, and then runs west until it meets the Jhelum River north of Muzzafarabad. The Neelum River is 245 kilometers long, it covers 50 kilometers in Jammu and Kashmir and rest 195 kilometers in Azad Kashmir.