Bheem Pul is situated opposite to the Vyas Gufa in Mana Village, Badrinath. Mana is the last Indian village and very beautiful and scenic. It is a huge rock which acts as a natural bridge across the Saraswati River. The Saraswati River flows with force in between the two mountains and joins the Alaknanda River, The noise of the river coming out of the rock fissures is terrifying, That huge quantity of water goes in deep Vally and disappears. People says that it again appears at PRAYAG Allahabad. It is believed that Bheem, one of the five Pandavas, threw a huge rock in order to make a path to join the two mountains so that Draupadi could easily walk over it.Bheem Pul of Badrinath Tourism is an enthralling and adventurous place with mythological importance where Bheem (Pandav) made a path for Draupadi between two mountains by throwing a big massif rock.