Bheem Pul

Bheem Pul is located in Mana, the last village located on the border with Tibet. It is 3 km from Badrinath and is built over Saraswati River.

near Mana village A small trek from Mana village will lead you to this place.
3 kms / 30 mins
From GMVN Tourist Rest House Badrinath
30 mins

It is believed that one of the Pandava brothers called Bheema for his beloved wife Draupadi made this natural bridge. According to Hindu mythology, this was the place from where the Pandavas started their journey to heaven called Swargarohini. During this journey, Draupadi was unable to cross the river then Beema lifted a huge rock and placed it between the gorge. Later on, it was known as Bheem Pul. This bridge is located opposite to Vyas Gufa in Mana Village and offers an enchanting view of the pristine valley.

Location of Bheem Pul

Bheem Pul is located in near Mana village ( A small trek from Mana village will lead you to this place.). You can view its location on Google Map below.

How to Reach Bheem Pul

 Bheem Pul is located near Mana village, just 3 kms from the holy shrine of Badrinath. One can easily reach Bheem Pul by walking towards Mana village from Badrinath via NH 58. One will come across Vyas Gufa when traversing through the village. At the end of the village; a big boulder over a rivulet can be seen. That giant boulder is the famous Bheem Pul of Mahabharata fame.

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