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Kailash MansarovarKailash Mansarovar is the ultimate pilgrimage spot for worldwide travelers across the centuries. Nearly all the major passes of Uttaranchal Himalayas directs to Kailash – Mansarovar. Mount Kailash formed about 30 million years ago when Himalayas were in their early stage of configuration. One of the most admired places in Himalayas is Mansarovar, a giant lake of colors made by Brahma combining these two words “Man” and “Sarovar”. A holy bath in this Sarovar (lake) brings spiritual salvation to the pilgrimage arriving to Mount Kailash. Kailash-Mansarovar, sited at a distance of 865 km from Delhi is also known as 'Manaskhand', several myths are associated with the extraordinary mountain and lake. Pilgrims come to explore Mt Kailash the abode of Lord Shiva and his consort Parvati from all over the world.

Pilgrims have constantly traveled this massive distance to achieve enlightenment and cleanse of sin to Mount Kailash, braving gigantic distances, harsh weather, robber’s attacks. Mount Kailash is the earthly manifestation of Mt. Meru, described as a fantastic 'world pillar' 84,000 miles high, its roots in the lowest hell and its summit kissing the heavens. Gauri Kund (5608 m) is the must-visited place on the way to Mount Kailash. Exceptional isolation and the peculiar curves of black granite had made an appearance of a Shiva lingam in Kailash. Kailash is the most venerated place on earth by a number of faiths and religious. The number of people visiting Kailash may be very less now it is hoped to visit more and more Indian pilgrims in the Western Tibet, the region of sacred mountains and lakes. Mt, Kailash is the domain of Lord Shiva for Hindus whereas Buddhist worships the peak as the dwelling of Samvara (Demchok)- the wrathful demonstration of Buddha.



kailash Mansarovar Devotees across the world never forget to take fruit from Jambu tree that grows near the lake center is believed to relieve from all kinds of mental and physical discomfort. Mansarovar Lake is situated south to mount Kailash. Mansarovar Lake is a remarkably gorgeous site, with waters that sparkle a clear blue near its coasts. It is at an altitude of 14,950 ft above sea level, Mansarovar is the highest remains of fresh water and a profound emerald green at the center. Pilgrims from all over the glove comes to take a dip to Mansarovar that ends with a Parikrama around Mount Kailash, is believed to free from sins, and liberate from the cycle of birth and death, and thus can only unite with Shiva. A Pilgrimage tour to Kailash and a Kora (Trek) around it is the ultimate objective for the faithful.



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Allahabad Amarnath Ayodhya Chitrakoot Gaumukh Mathura
Vaishno Devi Amritsar Kailash Mansarovar Rishikesh Dwarka Puri
Somnath Badrinath Kurukshetra Hatkoti Bhubaneshwar Shirdi
Madurai Rameshwaram Tirupati Renukaji Vrindavan Amravati
Baijnath Gangotri Ganapatipule Kanyakumari Kanchipuram Kangra
Thanjavur Udupi Kolkata Konark Kumbhakonam Omkareshwar
Pushkar Puttaparthi Sabarimala Ujjain Varanasi Yamunotri