Bheem Pul is arranged inverse to the Vyas Gufa in Mana Town. It is an immense shake which goes about as a characteristic extension over the Saraswati Waterway. The Saraswati Waterway streams with constrain in the middle of the two mountains and joins the Alaknanda Waterway.
It is trusted that Bheem, one of the five Pandavas, tossed an enormous shake keeping in mind the end goal to make a way to join the two mountains with the goal that Draupadi could undoubtedly stroll over it.
While going to Swargarohini, pathway to paradise, Pandavas crossed this waterway though Draupadi declined to hop between the banks. Subsequently Bhim picked a substantial long stone and put over the waterway to empower Draupadi cross the stream.