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Places In BadrinathDham

At a distance of 5 km from Badrinath Dham, Vyas Cave is an ancient cave located on the banks of Saraswati River at Mana village in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Mana is the last Indian village situated at Indo-China Border. Vyas Gufa is believed to be the place where sage Vyas composed the Mahabharata epic with the help of Lord Ganesha. He also composed 18 Puranas, Brahma Sutras and four Vedas. Maharishi Vyas statue is installed in the caves and worshiped by the pilgrims. A distinct feature of the temple is the roof which resembles the pages from the collection of his holy scripts.
Vasudhara Falls is a waterfall situated near Badrinath, in Uttarakhand, India. It is located on river "Alaknanda". Total distance from Badrinath to Vasudhara is 9 km. The first 3 kilometers of badrinath to mana village is drivable road. Next 6 km is walkable trek from Mana village to Vasudhara waterfall. The log inheight of this waterfall is 400 ft(122 mt). Vasudhara waterfall is a good sight, set in the background is a tall mountain cliff, from where the water falls. Having a bath under the falling water is very refreshing and adventurous.
Bheem Pul situated opposite the Vyas Gufa near Badrinath. It is a natural stone bridge across the mighty Saraswati River. Located in the mythical Badrinath, Bheem Pul has a legend associated with it. It is believed that the Pandavas of Mahabharata started their Swargarohini from mana village. Between the two mountains, flowed the River Saraswati with full force and joined the River Alaknanda. One of the five Pandavas, Bheem threw a large rock to join the mountains so that Draupadi could walk over it easily. This is where the rock gets its name.
Satopanth Tal is a lake in Uttarakhand, India, located in the midst of snow-capped peaks at an altitude of 4,600 metres (15,100 ft) above sea-level. The lake is considered to be of religious significance to the local people; residents of Mana village throw the ashes of the dead in the lake. There is a saint known as Moni Baba, for he had stopped talking from a very early time. There is a common belief that he can live on only sun and air, if food is unavailable.