Mana town is a curious small village arranged on the Indo-Tibetan fringe in Chamoli locale of Uttarakhand. This town is the keep going town of India on Indo - Tibet guest. It is arranged at an elevation of around 3230 mts on the banks of River Saraswati which begins in a mountain close to the Mana Village.
Mana Village is possessed by Indo-Mongolian clans known as Bhotias. The town has around 180 family units and a populace of around 600. The villagers are socially connected with exercises of Badrinath sanctuary and yearly reasonable of Matha Murthi. They play out a yearly customary act by offering a choli to the divinity on the end day of the sanctuary. At the point when the Badrinath sanctuary revives in Apr/May, they come and live here for a half year to keep the way of life and conventions of their clan alive. Whatever remains of the year they live in Chamoli.
Mana town has a few caverns including Vyas Cave. It is said that Veda Vyas managed his renowned Mahabharata to Lord Ganesh here. One more give in is called Ganesh Gufa close Vyas Cave. There is a characteristic shake that rests over the stream known as Bhim Pul. Legend says that Bhima, one of the five Pandavas put the stone to clear a path Draupadi to cross the waterway amid their Swargarohana.
This is an ideal place for trekking and there are numerous trails adjacent including Vasudhara Falls, Swargarohini and Keshav Prayag. Vasudhara Waterfall is a lovely cascade dropping from a tallness of 145 m. Guests need to trek for around 6 km from Mana to achieve the staggering Vasudhara Falls. Further 1 km tough from Vasudhara, on the course of the Swargarohini trek, is Keshav Prayag, the gathering purpose of the two hallowed waterways Alakananda and Saraswati.
How to Reach Mana Village
Mana Village is situated 03 Kms from Badrinath Temple. You can take roadways vehicles to reach there and need to walk for 1.5 kms to reach the Village of Mana.