Tourist Places in Mana

Places to Visit in Mana

Mana - #50 of 71 in Uttarakhand |
Mana Average Rating - 6/7 1 based on 4 Ratings

Mana is mostly preferred by travellers. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Mana is, however, mostly preferred. The best season or months to visit places in Mana are March, April, May, June. There are 10 tourist places in Mana, which can be explored by travellers. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers. Sightseeing in Mana can be done by travellers, which will take half a day or one day, but to see all sightseeing places, travellers need to stay in Mana for 2 days to 3 days.
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Mana Tourist Places

  • Type: Water Fall
Vasundhara Falls, Mana
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Ranked 1 of 10
The Vasundhara Falls is located near Mana, from where the glaciers and mountain peaks can be seen. It is believed that the falls diverts away from the person who commit sinful activities. Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Hanuman Chatti, Mana
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Ranked 2 of 10
The Hanuman Chatti lies near the confluence of two rivers, Yamuna and Hanuman Ganga. Numerous shrines are situated around Hanuman Chatti, which is also a popular trekking site. Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Mata Murti Temple, Mana
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Ranked 3 of 10
The Mata Murti Temple is dedicated to the mother of Lord Narayan. According to folklore, Mata Murti requested Lord Vishnu to take birth as her son. Lord Vishnu granted her this wish by taking birth in the form of a twin, Nar and Narayan. Many tourists visit this temple during... Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Brahma Kapal, Mana
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Brahma Kapal is a ghat situated on the banks of River Alaknanda. It is believed that Lord Brahma once resided here. According to legends, Lord Shiva was freed from the curse of killing Lord Brahma at this site. Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Charanpaduka, Mana
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Ranked 5 of 10
Charanpaduka is a rock at an elevation of about 3,380 ft above sea level and has the footprints of Lord Vishnu. According to folklore, Lord Vishnu landed on earth at this site. The Bhagwat Purana states that Lord Krishna was told by Uddhav, his minister, to undertake a journey... Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Narad Kund, Mana
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The Narad Kund is believed to be the place where Adi Shankaracharya found an idol of Lord Vishnu. This site is protected by rocks that restrict the flow of water current, thus making it suitable for bathing. Read More »
  • Type: Hill
Neelkanth, Mana
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Ranked 7 of 10
Neelkanth Peak is at a height of around 6,597 m above sea level and is known as the 'Queen of Gharwal'. The shrine of Badrinath can be seen from this peak. Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Sheshnetra, Mana
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Sheshnetra is believed to be the place where Lord Vishnu rode on a snake named Ananta Shesha. According to a local belief, the shrine of Lord Badrinath is guarded by the Sheshnetra. The Alaknanda River and two lakes can be seen from Sheshnetra. Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Tapt Kund, Mana
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Ranked 9 of 10
Tapt Kund, a natural spring, is believed to be the dwelling place of Lord Agni. It is a sacred kund and is visited by many travellers throughout the year. Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Badrinath Temple Complex, Mana
Rank 10
Ranked 10 of 10
The Badrinath Temple Complex is situated at an altitude of around 3,133 m. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the site is considered sacred for Hindus. According to folklore, the shrine exists since the Vedic Period. The idol of Lord Vishnu is placed in the ’garbha... Read More »

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