Journey To Mount Kailash

Mount Kailash is the sacred peak of Asia. The attractiveness of this 6638 meters (21,778 ft) high peak, that looks like a symmetrical cone-shaped stone capped by pure crystalline ice all the time, is echoed in various literary and literary functions. The surroundings include the Manasarovar Lake as well as the colossal Gurla Mandata which culminates at 7728 meters. There is no set of efforts to climb Mount Kailash despite plenty of fairytales and speculations. Kailash Mansarovar Tour Packages can be booked for having a safe tour in Kailash Region.


With its four absolute walls, distinctive snow-capped summit, and valleys interspersed with brightly-clad Tibetan pilgrims, Mount Kailash or Kang Rimpoche (‘valuable snow-peak’, as known by the Tibetans) is an awe-inspiring sight. Four great rivers of Asia: the Karnali, the Indus, the Sutlej and the Brahmaputra (Tsangpo) emerge from here. Dominating the north of the Himalayan Barrier with its spectacular view, the Mount Kailash (or Kangrinboqe) is evenly venerated since the holiest pilgrimage site by Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, and Bön-Po.


Where their prophet, Rishaba attained spiritual enlightenment whilst creator of Bon religion is thought to have descended from heaven, Jains respect this mountain. Hindus consider this mountain as heaven and the center of soul and spirituality. The mountain is supposed to be the middle of the earth and also the four rivers flowing dividing the world into four distinct regions. Buddhists consider this to be the place of Buddha Demchok along with the place where the intimidating battle between Naro and Milarepa Bonchung happened. Milarepa was the master of Tantric Buddhism, and Naro Bonchung was Bon religion’s champion. After a lengthy struggle, no response was in sight and both came into a decision that the person who reaches the surface of the mountain wins. Shortly Naro Bonchung captured on his drum and proceeded towards the tip, but to the amazement of everybody, Milarepa sat there meditating. Since Naro Bonchung was going to get to the top, by shoving the beams of Sun Milerapa sprang into action and overtook him.


Tens of thousands of pilgrims traveling to Mount Kailash following an ancestral tradition, every year. Walking around the summit brings good fortune. The path around the summit covers a space of 52 kilometers and it’s thought that accomplishing the trek will make this ritual more effective. It is thought that one kora cleans a lifetime’s sins while you will be given Nirvana by 108 koras. Nevertheless, the altitude and conditions could cause physical issues into the unprepared. In case pilgrims follow the full prostrations on the way, it takes approximately 4 days to perform the circumambulation.


A three-day trek (Parikrama or Kora) around Mount Kailash over a 5630-meter Drolma La (pass), clockwise for Buddhists and Hindus, and anti-clockwise followers of this ancient Bon religion, is said to erase the sins of a lifetime. To finish the Kailash pilgrimage one should bathroom in the sacred Lake Manasarovar, stunningly set on the Tibetan plateau bordered by the Gurla Mandata.


The lake Manasarovar lies about 20km southeast of all Mt. Kailash and signifies”Invincible Jade Lake” in Tibetan. The name originates from a narrative that Buddhism wins a victory against Bon. It is found at 4.588 meters high and is considered as one of the most limpid and glowing lakes in the world. Many pilgrims take a while back as a present to their family members and friends to their home. Five monasteries stand around the coast of the lake and were rebuilt after the Chinese invasion of 1959; the two being the Chugu and the Jiwu.

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