Lake Manasarovar

The holiest lake of Tibet and also considered to be the world’s highest fresh-water lake, Lake Manasarovar is clipped in the far western Tibet Ngari Prefecture that is known to be ‘not so far’ from the Mighty Mount Kailash. This invincible lake is no less than a ‘Spiritual Satisfaction’ for the thousands of pilgrims who are an active participant in the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra.

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Pashupatinath Temple

Pashupatinath is a Hindu temple stands in the center of the town of Deopatan, in the middle of an open courtyard on the banks of the Baghmati River, the village is 4 km far away from Kathmandu in northwest. It is devoted to a demonstration of Shiva (Lord of Animals) called Pashupati. It is not known for certain when Pashupathinath was founded. Convention says it was built by Pashuprekkesha of the Somadev Empire in the 4th century BC, but the first historical records date from the 14th century.

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Gauri Kund

Gauri Kund, a water body that is also known as the Lake of Compassion, lies on the way while Siwasthalgoing on downwards from Dolma - La (Dolma Pass). This steep descent from Dolma Pass is a wonderful lake which is at an altitude of 5608m. As per Hindu mythology, there is a fascinating tale about Gauri Kund and has been described in legend “Shiva Purana”. The lake is also famous as “Parvati Sarovar” as

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Tirthapuri

Next to the Sutlej River on the north bank, the Tirthapuri Hot Springs fill the infertile backdrop for this area with steam. Devotes normally visit Tirthapuri after the Kailash pilgrimage this is also considered that Kailash Yatra is incomplete without Tirthapuri philosophy. They go for a dip in pools fed by the sacred springs as they visit the cave and monastery associated with Guru Rinpoche. Prayer flags stretch across the river gorge and chortens (stupas) add color to the landscape.

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Saptrishi Caves

The Saptrishi Caves are considered to be an extreme hub in the Nandi inner Parikrama as well these caves are counted amongst the most difficult treks experienced at the time of the Inner Kora. This Kora is done at the time of Kailash Manasarovar Yatra that is majorly prominent as an immensely favoured journey to witness the divinity of Mount Kailash. Not only its shape is highly unique, but Kailash’s

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Nandi Parvat

Nandi Parvat is considered to be one of the most vital peaks in Kailash Manasarovar Yatra and thus holds utmost significance. Devotees from all over the world strive to be a participant of the tour to Kailash with the sole intention of witnessing the heavenly abode of Lord Shiva Mount Kailash. Considered to be a highly spiritual peak experiencing abundant followers and that too beyond limits, this

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Guge Kingdom

A highly mysterious country, Tibet contains some of those breathtaking historical sites which you can’t even imagine would have existed and one of these is the Guge Kingdom. It is counted amongst the most powerful kingdoms in the Tibetan history while marking its prevalence since a really long time. Standing on a very tall yellow hill that is known to be approximately 300 meter tall situated at a

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Om Parvat

OM Parvat is the magical and inspiring Himalayan mountain peak that rises to an altitude of Om Parvat Hindu mantra6191 m lying in the Darchula district. It is known by various names such as Adi Kailash, Chhota Kailash, Baba Kailash and Jonglingkong. This mountain is famous for the miracle of nature as it poses an impression of OM naturally which is formed with deposition of snow against black background of the mountain.

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Rakshas Tal

The lake of the Demon. Rakshas Tal is situated west of holy Lake Manasarovar near Mount Kailash. The river Sutlej originates from the north-western tip of Rakshas Tal. At the height of about 4752 meters (15,591 ft) the Lake Rakshas Tal covers an area of 70 sqkm. It is believed that once the Lake Rakshas Tal was the adjoining part of Lake Manasarovar and plate tectonic played role in separating them. Even today these two lakes are connected with a small water channel called Ganga Chu.

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Jal Narayan Vishnu Temple

The highly devoted Yatra to reach the ultimate Heavenly abode of the almighty Lord Shiva i.e. the Mount Kailash is counted amongst the most difficult terrains of all times. But, its results are undoubtedly fruitful. There is an existence of many important spiritual destinations spotted in between the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra which have to be visited by the devotees who are a participant in this Yatra.

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Muktinath Temple

Located at an altitude of 3,610 meters (11,872 feet) at the base of the Thorong La mountain pass in the Mustang district, Muktinath is a highly venerated sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus call the site Mukti Kshetra, which literally means the "place of salvation" and it is one of the most ancient temples of the God Vishnu and the Vaishnava tradition in Nepal. Behind the temple is a semi-circular wall with 108 stone faucets at a height of seven feet.

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Yam Dwar

The holiest lake of Tibet and also considered to be the world’s highest fresh-water lake, Lake Manasarovar is clipped in the far western Tibet Ngari Prefecture that is known to be ‘not so far’ from the Mighty Mount Kailash. This invincible lake is no less than a ‘Spiritual Satisfaction’ for the thousands of pilgrims who are an active participant in the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra.

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Ashtapad

The holiest lake of Tibet and also considered to be the world’s highest fresh-water lake, Lake Manasarovar is clipped in the far western Tibet Ngari Prefecture that is known to be ‘not so far’ from the Mighty Mount Kailash. This invincible lake is no less than a ‘Spiritual Satisfaction’ for the thousands of pilgrims who are an active participant in the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra.

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