1 Days Near Mana Village, Chamoli District, Uttarakhand
Bhim Pull, Mana Overview
Bhim Pull is a spectacular bridge located near Mana village in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India. It is a suspension bridge that spans the Saraswati River and is one of the most remarkable engineering feats in the region.
The bridge is named after the legendary Bhim, one of the five Pandavas from the Indian epic Mahabharata, who is said to have built it with his incredible strength. According to local folklore, Bhim threw a huge boulder into the gorge to create a sturdy foundation for the bridge, which he then constructed with ropes and logs.
The Bhim Pull is around 1 km away from Mana village, which is known to be the last inhabited village on the Indian side of the border with Tibet. The bridge is a popular tourist attraction, and visitors come from far and wide to experience the stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the rushing river below.
The bridge is around 80 meters long and hangs over 25 meters above the river. It is made up of stone, a big rock. The bridge sways slightly as you walk across it, which can be an exhilarating experience.
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