Mana village will now be known as “First Indian Village”
India’s Last Village is no longer the name given to Mana village. As per the reports, the (BRO) Border Roads Organisation has placed a signboard at the village of Mana, where it says “First Indian Village (Town).”
Due to its proximity to the Indo-Tibetan border, Mana village used to be known as “The Last Village of India.”
Mana Village, though small in size, is quite big where popularity is concerned. Some interesting facts about Mana village are as follows:
- Mana Village is also known for its proximity to the holy shrine of Badrinath,which is situated around 3 km from the town. The village/Town is situated at an altitude of about 3,200 meters (10,500 feet) above sea level and is accessible by road. Many people visit Mana Village while on their pilgrimage to Badrinath.
- Mana Village is situated/Loacated in a beautiful valley surrounded by towering snow-capped mountains. The village/Town offers stunning views of the Himalayas and is a great place to relax and enjoy nature.
- Mana Village/Town has a rich history and is believed to be one of the oldest inhabited villages in India.
- The village/Town is believed to be the birthplace of the Pandavas.
- Mana Village is located/Situated near the Indo-Tibetan border, it is influenced by both Indian and Tibetan cultures. The village/Town has a unique blend of architecture, and traditions, food which attracts many tourists who are interested in experiencing the local culture.
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Frequently Asked Questions
By Air: The nearest airport is the Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun (UK), which is about 220 km away from Mana Village. From the airport, you can hire a Cab or take a bus to reach the village.
By Train: The nearest railway station to is Rishikesh Railway Station (UK), which is about 200 km away from Mana Village.
By Bus: You can take a bus from cities like Haridwar,Rishikesh, and Dehradun to reach Chamoli. From Chamoli, you can hire a taxi/Cab or take a shared jeep to reach Mana Village.
Between May and October is the best time to visit Mana Village, the last Indian village. The Badrinath Yatra only lets people visit during the summer and monsoon season.
Mata Murti Temple, Ganesh Gufa, Neelkanth Peak, Tapt Kund, Vasudhara Falls, Vyasa Gufa, Bheem Pul, etc. are the popular tourist attractions that are worth exploring in Mana Village.
Mana Village/Town can only be visited during summer and monsoon season, that is when the Badrinath Yatra opens. The Town is quite remote and experiences heavy snowfall during winter.
You also have the option of staying in a homestay in Mana Village in addition to the hotels and resorts there. In Mana Village, there are 1 Homestays on the list.
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