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1. Badrinath Temple:-

Badrinath temple was established by the Saint, Adi Shankaracharya and the lord Vishnu is considered as the black stone. Badrinath temple is a very popular place as number of people come here to do worship of lord Vishnu. The opening date of Badrinath temple is decided by the family of king Narender but the temple remain close from the month of November to April due to bad weather condition. The Badrinath temple is situated at a height of 10,279 feet.

2. Vasudhara Falls:-

 Vasudhara falls is situated in Mana and at a distance of 4Km from Badrinath through trekking. It is famously known as the resting place of Pandavas.

3. Neelkanth Peak:-

Neelkanth peak is located at a distance of 6507 metres from sea level and is covered by the snow, from here you can see the beautiful seen of Alaknanda River.

4. Keshav Prayag:-

 It is believed that there are only 5 prayag’s but very less number of people knows that there is one more prayag which is known as keshav prayag and it is situated between Badrinath and Mana. 

5. Tapt Kund:-

Tapt kund is famously known as the hot spring water and is considered    as the home of lord agni where many people come to take bath to get healthy as the water of tapt kund is considered as the medicine for body.

6. Bheem Pul:-

Bheem pul was made up of stone which was established by the Bheem one of the pandav brothers. This stone was created to cross the Saraswati river and this stone is a part of mountain which was made by breaking the mountain.

7. Ganesh Gufa:-

 Ganesh gufa is the place in the shape of cave where the Maharishi Vyas dictated the Mahabharata which was wrote by the lord Ganesh.

8. Mana Village:-

Mana Village is well known as the last Indian village because after the end of this village the China border is started. Mana Village is considered as the place of tourism. It is situated at a height of 10,000 feet above from sea level.