The Bheem pul is located at the point where the Saraswati river meets River Alaknanda at a tremendous speed. Legend has it that when the Pandavas of the epic Mahabharata were taking their final journey to heaven called swargarohan, they happened to pass through a point near the Badrinath Temple, where they had to cross the Saraswati river. When their wife, Draupadi, was unable to cross the river, Bheema brought a huge rock and placed it above the river stream in such a way that it served as a bridge. That rock is now known as the Bheem Pul and is located in Mana village near Badrinath. If you visit the Bheem Pul, you will also come across a shop which is advertised as the last shop on this side of the Indian border.

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