Bridge Built By Mahabali Bhima In The Last Village Of India
“Mana” is the last village of India which is situated only a short distance from Badrinath. Mana village is full of many mythological and mysterious tales. There are many such ancient and mysterious places here, which is beyond science thinking. To reach Mana village you have to cross a big rock bridge. It is said that this bridge was constructed by Mahabali Bhima. Bhima built this bridge by dragging two large rocks. Saraswati river flows a short distance from Mana village. It is said that the river flows invisibly and meets Ganga and Yamuna at Allahabad confluence. It is believed that when Pandavas were going towards heaven, then they asked for a way to go beyond Saraswati River. Because Draupadi was afraid to cross the river. But Saraswati ignored the words of Pandavas. Later, Mahabali Bhima had picked up two big rocks and placed it on the river. Therefore this bridge was built. Even today Bhima’s footprints are located on this rock. Pandavas went away, but this bridge is still present. There is also a temple of Saraswati Mata near Bhima Bridge. Here the Vigrah of Mata Saraswati is located. It is also the interesting thing that the Saraswati River looks just over here. After some distance, it is absorbed into the Alaknanda River. You can see the river going down, but not its confluence. According to one belief, Mahabali Bhima attacked the land with his mace in anger, due to which the river had gone to Patal Lok. The second belief is that when Ganesha was composing Mahabharata, Saraswati River was flowing with its full velocity. Even today, this river makes a lot of noise near the Bhima Bridge. Ganesha said to Saraswati, reduce the noise, I am having trouble working. But Saraswati ignored the words of Ganesha. After this, Ganesha cursed Saraswati; no one else will be able to see you here since today.
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