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Vyas Gufa

| Mana Village, Badrinath, India
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The Epic: Origin

Inside the “Vedvyas Gufa”, a person in grey suit and a cap, sitting right infront of a statue of... read more

Reviewed March 25, 2018
Arko_Shine
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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
Historic, divine and peaceful

If you are looking for some trekking adventure, some history lessons and some peace, this is... read more

Reviewed March 8, 2018
vinit1791
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Thane, India
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Reviewed 25 March 2018

Inside the “Vedvyas Gufa”, a person in grey suit and a cap, sitting right infront of a statue of Vedvyas made in black stone, asked us all to settle down. And then to this audience of about 15 people, this pandit, in his own characteristic...More

1  Thank Arko_Shine
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Reviewed 8 March 2018

If you are looking for some trekking adventure, some history lessons and some peace, this is perfect location for you. A small trek from Mana Village (last indian village towards Tibet) takes us to Vyas Gufa, a place where Vyas muni (sage) dictated Mahabharata to...More

Thank vinit1791
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Reviewed 22 February 2018 via mobile

Going to Vyas Gupha ( Cave) was a great opportunity for those who love trecking. Those who can't walk can go by Doli ( A man carries elderly or older aged or people who can't walk on his back on a chair. But they have...More

Thank DailydealsInd
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Reviewed 5 December 2017

One need to trek to reach this temple. Stairs are there but worth to see this place. History lovers as well as mythology seekers would like this place. Best if clubbed with vyas gufa too,

Thank Lalbahadur
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Reviewed 26 October 2017 via mobile

It is worth the trek , need to trek 4 km mostly uphill from Mana More than the destination, the route is enjoyable Swatch Bharat is visible enroute No plastics, and toilet at regular intervals.

2  Thank SRI RAM T
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Reviewed 23 October 2017

This is a small cave located in Mana village where sage Vyas Muni dictated the ‘Mahabharata’ to Lord Ganesha. Some trekking exercise is required to reach this point which is located at elevation.

1  Thank siddharthverma_1984
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Reviewed 10 October 2017

The place is more attractive for an Indian epic lover as a place where Mahabharata was born. A cave with a statue of Vyasa, and thats about it. .

Thank karthikiyengar111
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Reviewed 4 September 2017

The way to Vyas Gufa is full of amazing view although to get there was tiring and difficult because of the height of the mountain, the Inside of the Gufa is peaceful and Divine. It is in the last village in India. It was an...More

1  Thank annie9999722
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Reviewed 20 June 2017 via mobile

Vyasgufa is four km away from badrinath temple and two km away from India's last village Mana & near by Ganeshgufa.

1  Thank MaheshKaiga
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Reviewed 26 May 2017

This is where Veda Vyasa classified the Vedas into four. This is where he wrote the Puranas and this is where he wrote the Bhagavata.

1  Thank Narasimhananda
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