Uttarakhand, the land of gods, has some evidence of divine powers in Kali Yuga. The divine powers make us feel their presence here in some way.
Even today, there are many shocking facts that make people put their fingers under their teeth.
Pandusera or Pandavsera is an enchanting valley along the way to Nandi Kund, a high-altitude lake at 4800 meters above sea level. It is said that Pandavas lived in the 3-4 km wide valley for a long time and farmed here.
They dug a canal, cultivated the fields, and changed the whole area. Thus, it is not a surprise that the place's name, Pandavsera, comes from the Pandavas: Pandav represents the five brothers, and Sera represents cultivated land.
Even today, the Pandavas' weapons are worshipped in Pandav Sera, which is full of nature's extraordinary and unparalleled beauty.
Pandavas had grown irrigated paddy crops here during the Dwapar era, which even now grows on its own and is absorbed in the earth after ripening.
The irrigation canals that the Pandavas had made at that time are still present and are evidence of the Pandavas' arrival in the Himalayas. Many ancient beliefs are associated with Pandav Sera.
It is said that in Kedarnath Dham when the Pandavas saw the back of Lord Shankar, the Pandavas along with Draupadi left for Moksha Dham Badrinath via Madmaheshwar Dham.
The five Pandavas stayed in Pandav Sera for a while after going to Badrikashram from Madmaheshwar Dham. That's when this place became famous.
After arriving at this place, which is full of charming and unique beauty associated with ancient traditions, visitors become obsessed with nature.
During the rainy season, many species of flowers, including Brahma Kamal, bloom in this area. From Madmaheshwar to Pandavsera-Nandikund, nature has adorned the entire area with astonishing beauty.
Pandavsera is on the road to Nandi Kund, which is 18 km long and a two-day trek from Madmaheshwar. Pandavsera Valley is distinguished by lush meadows with massive boulders scattered all over.
The boulders are the perfect campsite and resting spot. There is also a stone temple underneath a big boulder, where you can pray.
Even before you reach the main Pandavsera Valley, you will encounter a lot of these huge boulders with cave-like formations underneath them.
Pandav (Caves) Guphas are the name of these rocks. Himalayan flora and fauna, snow-capped peaks, and milky waterfalls captivate you on your journey to Pandavsera.
During the summer months (May and June) and after the monsoon (September and October) is the best time to visit Pandavsera. During summer, the weather is very nice, with clear paths and a mild breeze, which makes travelling easier.
After the monsoon, the paths are clear, and the views are fresh and lovely. Days are cool and nights are chilling.
This is the best time to visit Panadvsera as the trek which is beautiful beyond everything is going to be open this week.