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Mount Kailash

Mount Kailash isn't just a destination point, it's a journey-a journey beyond all forms of human imaginings that actually takes you to an altitude of 21,788 feet and forever changes your experience in life. A sense of isolation envelops you in more instances than one during this expedition by conquering formidable peaks, walking along arduous terrains. If you overcome this emotional upheaval and are constantly physically challenged, you return home with an invincible winner. So remarkable an evolution, the storyline of this metamorphosis will be bestsellers ' stuff. Lord Shiva's resting place for Hindus, Buddha Demchok's home as according to Buddhists, the spiritual center of power by Bon followers, and the spot where Rishabhadeva, the originator of the Jain religion, reached Nirvana-Mount Kailash is a hero of mythological legends and an quintessential spiritual destination. While hundreds and thousands of pilgrims try this pleasurable journey, it can only be completed successfully by those who are truly driven.

A spiritual and life-changing adventure can be actually accomplished by Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.The itinerary starts with a wonderful ride from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. We will ride to kyirong on a bus after syabrubesi. Kyirong is this tour's starting stage. Coming to Kailash Mansarovar, before returning to Kathmandu, you will be blessed with sacred shower and parikrama.  We will start a jeep drive to Lake Mansarovar after crossing the border, perform a puja and take a sacred bath. We'll drive to Yam Dwar next day and from where our Kailash parikrama continues.

The name of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra comes from two sacred, spiritual and holy sites: Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar. Mt. Kailash (6,638 m), also the most sacred mountain in Asia, familiar to the Hindus as Kailash Parvat. Hindus truly believe that Lord Shiva and his family live in the mountain. The mountain is sacred not only to Hindus, but also to Buddhist, Jain and Bonpo religions. Buddhists visualize Mt. Kailash is the home of Buddha Demchok and Bon, a Tibetan religion believes the mountain is the seat of all divine power. The site in Jainism is the nearby venue where first Jain prophet Rishabhadeva reached Nirvana (freedom). Circulating the mountain (parikrama) on foot, pilgrims still practice an ancient ritual of devotion with the belief that it might bring some good fortune to their lives. Hindus and Buddhists believe that the mountain is circulating in the clockwise direction, while followers of Jain and Bonpo religions believe otherwise, i.e. in the anti-clockwise direction. Another important highlight of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra (trip) is Lake Mansarovar, the world's highest freshwater lake (4500 m). Pilgrims fully believe that all their sins will be washed away by drinking water from the lake or dipping or bathing in the lake.

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