Badrinath is one among the 108 divya desams (holy shrines for Vaishnavites) of Lord Vishnu. The temple is the holiest of the four dhams (destinations) of Hindus, in Garhwal ranges, and draws pioneers from all finished India. It is the most gone by of the burn dhams, while doing the whole circuit, it comes toward the end in the course however numerous do it independent as well. One of those independent elements it was me, a bhakta of Shiva Badri

In the silence of the teeth shivering winter morning, I listen to the Alaknanda River travelling its way to Devprayag where it meets Bhagirathi and form our holy Ganga. Last evening, soon after paying prayers at the renowned and to my surprise crowd-free Badrinath Temple, I left to visit Mana as my last destination of this trip in Uttarakhand. Mana Village, famous as India’s Last Village, is three kilometres to the north of Badrinath. Beyond is the Mana Pass and