Hello friends, in today’s article we are going to tell you how you can reach here about Mana village. And why is it called the last village of India? Wherever the path goes to heaven, yes friends, Pandavas also went to heaven through here. Which is the specialty here, which is the main place to visit here. When and how to get here I am going to answer all these questions and give you complete information in this article. So let’s go ahead and know about Mana village.
Detailed information on Mana village?
Mana village is the last village in the Indian state of Uttarakhand situated on the border of Tibet. And it is located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand state. And it is situated at an altitude of 3 km from Badrinath Dham.
Mana village is famous for its cultural heritage as well as many other reasons. Earlier very few people knew about this village, but after the construction of a pucca road, everyone wants to know about it.
The population of Mana village is very less. And here only 60 to 70 houses will be seen. The houses built here are of wood. There are also many historical philosophical sites adjoining Mana village.
History of Mana Village | Saraswati river | Bhimpul | Ganesh cave
By the way, the relation of this village is also associated with the Mahabharata period and it is said that Pandavas went to heaven via this village, the mythological name of this village is that. Manibhadra Sthan is a beautiful village situated on the banks of the Saraswati river.
If we talk about tourism, then this place is a very good place for tourists, if you climb up a bit from the village, then it is seen first. Ganesh cave and then Vyas cave There is a Bhimpul on the Saraswati river and this is the Saraswati river. Which is visible only so far. Beyond this, it flows invisibly. Where does it go? Rishi Ved Vyas ji composed the Vedas Purana and Mahabharata in the Vyas cave located here and there is also a Ganesh cave nearby. Sitting in which Lord Ganesha wrote all these Vedas, Puranas, and Mahabharata. It is said about the Ganesh cave. That when Ganesh Ji was writing the Vedas, the Saraswati river was flowing at full speed. And Ganesh Ji, making a lot of noise, asked Saraswati Ji to reduce the noise. There is a hindrance in my work but Saraswati Ji ignored him.
Angered by this, Ganesh ji gave them liquor, after today you will not see anyone beyond this. Since then Saraswati flows from here in an invisible form. It is said that even today this river makes a lot of noise near Bhimpul. There is also a legend about Bhimpul, as it is said that when the Pandavas were going to heaven, they asked for a way to go beyond the Saraswati river. But Saraswati did not listen to him and did not give way. Even then he picked up two big letters and placed them in the middle of it in this way this bridge was formed it is said that Pandavas went to heaven through this bridge, hence this bridge was named Bhim Pul.
And this bridge is still present here. On the board of tea shops in Mana village, you will see it written in big letters, that this is the last tea shop in India. Huh. In this shop, you will get simple tea, salty hot tea brewed in Mana and forest basil tea, etc.
Which are the places to visit in Mana?
- Vasundhara Waterfall: Basudhara Waterfall is at a distance of 5 km from Bhim Pul. In this waterfall, the water falling from a height of 400 feet looks like a shower of pearls.
- Tapt Kund: Tapt Kund is one in which hot water comes out for 12 months. It is believed that whoever takes a bath once in the water of the Kund, all his skin-related diseases are cured.
- Mata Murti Temple: Mata Murti Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, where it is said that Mata Murti begged Lord Vishnu to take birth as his son. After this Lord Vishnu took birth as Nar Narayan and fulfilled the wish of Mother Kunti.
- Tracking Adventure Sports: Mana village is also perfect for trekking adventure sports. Most of the tourists who come here enjoy trekking a lot.
- Herbs: Mana village is also famous for the herbs found here.
Best time to visit Mana village?
The best time to visit here is. It is from May to October. Because being near Badrinath Dham, a large number of tourists come here during this time. And during this time the doors of Badrinath also remain open. But during winter, the journey becomes quite difficult due to the snowfall on the way here. So you can come here during summer.
How to reach Mana village?
To reach Mana village, you can first reach Rishikesh railway station or bus stand by train or bus. After that one can come to Badrinath by bus going to Badrinath. After that, if you want, you can book a taxi and go to Di Mana village. Being located at a distance of 3 km from Badrinath, you can easily reach it on foot.
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