Mana in Uttarakhand is recognised as the ‘last village of India’, on the border of India & Tibet in the Himalayas

Pandavas had started on their Mahaprasthan (last journey) from here

The village gets its name from Manas Putras, biological sons of Brahma. @LostTemple7
Bhim Pul in Mana village

It is a stone bridge over Saraswati river. Legend says that Bheem placed the rock to make way for Draupadi to cross the river during their journey.
Vyas Gufa in Mana village

Ved Vyas lived inside this cave while composing the vedas. In the cave their is a shrine dedicated to him, is believed to be more than 5000 yrs old.

The huge rock over Gufa looks like a book and is being worshipped as a Vyas Pustak. @LostTemple7
A few paces up the hill past Mana is a tea shop run by Chander Singh Badwal — the first to open a tea shop in the village about 25 years ago.

With time, he named it “Bharat ki Antim Chai ki Dukaan” (India’s last tea shop).
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