Mana, India’s Last Hamlet Before China Border, To Be Converted Into An Iconic Village
E-rickshaws will be introduced for ferrying tourists from the parking areas into the village of Mana.
Often referred to as the last hamlet of India, Mana in the Chamoli district of the Uttarakhand is all set to be converted into an ‘Iconic Village’ by state authorities. Mana is situated three kilometres away from the famous Badrinath Temple. The development of the village will be carried out through the Border Area Development Programme (BADP) and will include its beautification as well as sufficient parking facilities for tourists.
Moreover, the government of the state also wishes to introduce e-rickshaws for ferrying tourists from the parking areas into the village of Mana. Chief Development Officer of Chamoli district, Hansadutt Pande inspected the Bhima Bridge, the Vyas Cave, and the Narad Cave in Mana, apart from other scared areas on Sunday. He also told reporters that an amount of Rs 7 crore has been allotted to the task of converting Mana into an ‘Iconic Village. Work is set to begin very soon.
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