“Explore and discover the divinely manifested sites of Mt. Kailash & Lake Mansarovar on our pilgrimage journey of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.”
Bounded by the religious virtue and spiritual ethos of several religions, Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is believed to be one of the most sacred pilgrimage journey which takes pilgrims to the revered site of Mt. Kailash & Lake Mansarovar in Tibet. Each year thousands of pilgrims decide to go on a journey towards the consecrated lands with ever more enthusiasm for the eccentric virtue of belief and hope that they can relinquish their past deeds and cleanse out their debaucheries.
Standing at a high elevation of 6,638 meters above sea level, Mt. Kailash is considered to be the center of the universe whose four sides seemingly tend to form a pyramid like shape. Blessed by the geographical and mythological significance of Mt. Kailash & Lake Mansarovar, pilgrims are consistently astounded by the pure magnificence of this sacred pilgrimage journey. Believers of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Tibetan Bonpo accept the primarily belief that the journey to Mt. Kailash renounces their spirits and gives them a chance of experiencing divine intervention during this lifetime. Initially heading away from the capital city of Kathmandu, our Kailash Mansarovar Yatra takes pilgrims and travelers alike into the frigid plains of Tibet region (Roof of the world) from where the actual pilgrimage commences. Also, located just 15 miles away from the Mt. Kailash is the serene Lake Mansarovar which is another important site for the pilgrims who wish to cleanse their past sins by taking a dip in its pristine natural waters. Adding to that is the turquoise blue waters of Lake Mansarovar which provides some of the most picturesque view of the entire Tibet region as pilgrims can see as the water stretching out endlessly to the horizon and touch the diminishing hoary blue sky. The exceptional natural beauty of this unscathed region makes Kailash Mansarovar Yatra one of the most sought after pilgrimage journey through rural areas of Tibet at altitudes of over 10,000 feet where love and peace have prevailed since eternity but lack any sort of modern infrastructures. Nevertheless, anyone who is physically fit with proper health conditions can experience this profound spiritual pilgrimage & travel in the stunning landscapes of the Tibetan plateau filled with diverse natural and cultural features.
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Situated at the southern base of Mt. Kailash, Lake Mansarovar is celebrated around the world for its uncommon magnificence and has been stunning the world since past a huge number of years. Taking a gander at the historical backdrop of Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar, we can without much of a stretch presume that they both have been a noteworthy piece of numerous religions since centuries. Mansarovar Lake, situated at an elevation of 14,950 ft (4,558m) is said to be the most noteworthy freshwater lake on the planet. Normally the day temperature is warm and goes from 15o – 20o Celsius. The adventure around the lake is 64 miles in length and for the most part takes four days. The perfect lake has its name from the Sanskrit words “Manasa” and “Sarovara”. Lake Mansarovar is one of the Three Sacred Lakes and viewed as the Mother of Sacred Lake. The evenings are by and large blustery. The evenings are exceptionally chilling and temperature drops underneath 0o Celsius. For Hindus, a circumambulation of Mt. Kailash and a dunk in the harsh elements waters of Lake Mansarovar evacuates the wrong doings of all lifetimes, bringing salvation from rebirth. Alongside Hinduism it is an extremely sacrosanct spot in the religions of Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and Tibetan Bonpo also.
– Touring in Kathmandu including Pashupatinath sanctuary
– A dunk into the heavenly waters of Mansarovar Lake
– Darshan of Gauri Kund
– Respecting the amazing landscape
– Circumambulation of Mt. Kailash
Ideally the majority of the general population visit Kailash Mansarovar between the mid-May to mid-October as the climate conditions are flawless amid this timeframe. As the climate gets fundamentally faithful and relentless, the religious lovers that are there on their journey travel feel honored as the climate completely bolsters them on their salvation to Mt. Kailash. The entire day the temperatures stay sufficiently cool to make the outing beneficial yet amid the night the temperatures plunge down to solidifying icy.
Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is the most troublesome Yatra done in Tibet and Tibet travel is the most critical variable that makes it precarious to compose. Tibet Travel Permit is hard to get, and in addition, principles and control continues changing from Tibetan Authority but for some contexts Tibetan government gives unique Tibet Permit just for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. A standout amongst the most burdensome treks, the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is excursion elite for Indians mainstream for its religious centrality. A journey to Mt. Kailash includes circumambulating the sacred mountain and furthermore the Mansarovar Lake. Hindus travel clockwise around the mountain to cover the 52 km circuit. In like manner, circumambulating Mansarovar Lake is additionally a critical custom. The circuit is somewhat more than 100 km and takes 4-5 days to finish. Lovers of Lord Shiva visit the snow-clad tops in the Himalayas to visit him and look for his gifts. Solidifying temperatures, rough landscape, unsafe trekking trails and high heights are a piece of this religious visit which is just for physically fit individuals. Hindus see Mt. Kailash as the natural appearance of Mt. Meru, the otherworldly focal point of the universe where whoever visits the place is scrubbed of his/her wrongdoings.