Mana Village, Uttarakhand
Mana Village is a small village located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India. It is situated near the Indo-Tibetan border and is one of the last villages in India. Mana Village is famous for its many things like woolen garments and materials(mostly of sheep wool), shawls, caps, muffler, ashan, pankhi(A thin blanket made of sheep wool), etc. Mana is famous for its potatoes and kidney beans. staying in a homestay and exploring their rich local culture, tradition, fairs & festivals, farming, and rustic yet charming lifestyle. Mana Village is considered to be a holy place by Hindus. It is believed that the village is the birthplace of the Pandavas, the heroes of the Mahabharata epic.