Bhim Pakora Overview

Ranked 8 of 11 sightseeing in Lansdowne

Bhim Pakora is located in Dhura, about 2 km away from the Gandhi Chowk. It is believed that during the period of exile, the Pandavas stopped here and cooked food at this location. It is also believed that Bhim placed one rock on top of the other and is so well balanced that it never topples. This rock can be moved by tourists with just one finger, but it never falls down.

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What travellers are saying about Bhim Pakora

Experience scale
  • Good 2
  • Below Average 1
  • Average 1
  • Terrible 0
  • Poor 0
  • Very Good 0
  • Excellent 0
Travellers recommend
  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: Below 1hr
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
Facilities available
  • Food available for purchaseFood available for purchase
  • Bathroom facilitiesBathroom facilities
  • Camera/Video allowedCamera/Video allowed
  • Wearing of shoes/footwear allowedWearing of shoes/footwear allowed

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Other Details

Famous for:
Rocks
Entry:
free

Reviews and Ratings

Ashish Shukla

Ashish Shukla3.6/5

105 reviews

Awesome Structure

Bhim Pakora is a big rock named after its big size and is situated here in Lansdowne. This place can be termed as a point while visiting Lansdowne. People often click selfies here as the rock seems to be an interesting object of attraction.

Amit Ghosh

Amit Ghosh3.2/5

559 reviews

The moving rock

A place which calls for a visit on the occasion that you want to visit a magical rock which moves but does not fall. This place is really nice and beautiful with good scenic beauty around. Enjoy the walk trip to this place.

Rahul Sharma

Rahul Sharma3.2/5

4 reviews

Have a visit

It is believed that Bhim one of the pandavas place is this stone and it can be moved by using a single finger. I couldn't feel it but my partner did feel it moving. If you go to Lansdowne, do visit - doesn't harm.

Mohit sharma

Mohit sharma2.5/5

2 reviews

One rock on the other

The place has 2 big rocks with one rock lying over the other and it is said that one can move the rocks with the touch of a finger only. Can be tried for once!!

Prachi Shukla

Prachi Shukla2.1/5

17 reviews

If you are looking for scenic beauty, then go ahead

If you are looking for scenic beauty, then go ahead. Rest, the place is boring, not much to do. If you are walking, carry water, it's quite a distance.
  • If you are looking for scenic beauty, then go ahead

Ravie

Ravie2.9/5

6 reviews

Okay, but very exciting

It's just a very big stone over another stone and it vibrates when you touch it but never falls. That's it.

Nisha Verma

Nisha Verma3.6/5

4 reviews

Bhim's 'shaking' Pakora

Cute place a stone that moves with thumb force but not on pushing by hands. I like it, as it is a nice time pass tourist attraction but way to that place is quite dangerous.

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