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Review of Bheem Pul

Bheem Pul
Ranked #2 of 12 things to do in Badrinath
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Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

Bheem Paul is in hill station near badrinath it's beautiful place for all with lot of trees and more

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Reviewed 25 March 2018

The famed Swargarohini Trek also opens from Mana. It is believed that the Pandavas had to pass through Mana before their “swargarohan” – the final ascent to Heaven. Hence innumerable references to the Hindu Epic are strewn across the area.The road ahead inside the crampy village of Mana bifurcates in the form of the alphabet “Y” – leading to Bheem Pul on the left and Vyas Gufa on the right.
Soon, the thunderous noise of a waterfall split the quietude of the place - this was the legendary River Saraswati that has its origins in the mountains here. Flowing with exuberance, the waters crash through a chasm to meet the waters of Alakananda few metres in the distance. Bheem Pul is actually a rock bridge spanning this chasm. It is believed that Bheem, the strongest of the five Pandava brothers placed it here so that Draupadi could cross across the river stream. A carving on the rock that looks like a giant footprint is also attributed to Bheem’s feet. One needs to see this with his own eyes to feel how the shapes of the rocks and the prints made on them blur the lines between mythology and reality. Next to the river spring, there is a temple for goddess Saraswati.
Here, water of the River Saraswati is available in cans.

Beside the Bheem Pul is also the Last Tea Stall of India - three stalls actually being the last place where tea is available before the road heads out towards Mana Pass, overlooking Tibetan Borders.

Thank Arko_Shine
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Reviewed 17 March 2018

its a very big stone kept by bheem on sarasvati river below it saraswati river flows heavily its scenic beuty is osum its joining bridge between vasudhara and mana village.

Thank ABDHOLIDAYS
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Reviewed 10 February 2018

Bheem Pul is located in Mana Village which is the border between India and Tibet. We visited Bheem Pul after visiting Vyas and Ganesh Gufa. Bheem Pul is a rock which is believed to be made by the mighty Bheem for Draupadi to cross the river on their way to Swargarohini. Footprints of Bheem appear to be visible on the rock and it was really massive.

Thank Srinivasan S
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Reviewed 1 February 2018 via mobile

When we moved ahead of Badrinath jee, our destination was Mana ..the last Indian village at this side of the country. It was romantic to feel cold with hit mom is and maggee at tiny restaurants in the village...on foot...we moved forward and reached Bhim Pool where Bhim was supposed to erect it for crossing his brothers on way to Himalays for sanyasa...Fast rapids and noise of fall amidst likens on the wall make entire scene so much live and serene...Kids enjoyed clicking around. Way back we sipped tea at last shop on the boarder.

Thank Suraj S
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