Mt. Kailash Manasarovar Tour via Kerung Border
is pilgrimage tour in Tibet, where you start your journey over to Tibet land along with holy Mt. Kailash
and Lake Manasarovar
. A large number of devotees comes here for worship Lord Shiva. In this Kailash tour
, you can explore the religious sites and also the natural beauty of Tibet “Roof of the World”.
Mount Kailash Manasarovar Tour is just for 14 days
where you going to visit many religious sites of Tibet. Mt. Kailash Manasarovar Tour starts from Kathmandu. The tour passes through Neyalam, Saga, Lake Manasarovar
, Rakshas Taal, Dirapuk Gumba, Zutulpuk Gumba, Dolma La Pass. Finally back to Kathmandu. In this tour, you will get chances to know more about the lifestyle, culture, religious status, and tradition of people and its surrounding.
Major Attraction Mount Kailash Mansoravar Yatra:
Kailash parikrama meaning a circumambulation of Kailash Parbat. It is one of the most adventurous and breath increasing parts of the pilgrimage. Mount Kailash is believed to be the adobe of Lord Shiva and Parvati. The parikrama is considered as the reverence to God and will fulfill the holy wish of pilgrims.
The 32 miles Kora (meaning Clockwise Circumambulation in the Tibetan language) takes about three days to accomplish. The kora is an exciting experience of a lifetime. Trekking through the rough terrain, thin air, orbit round all the different faces of Mount Kailash is the mesmerizing features of the kora. The landscape through the kora is a fullest decoration of the nature that generate a sense of ecstasy to all, with a desire is to be geared to mingle into the highest bliss of life.
Gauri Kunda is the epic Kunda described in the holy books of Hindu. Steeping downwards from dolma on the way lies Gauri Kunda on the right. The Gauri Kunda is associated with Parbati, the wife of lord shiva, who is also known as Gauri. Gauri Kunda is the lake of compassion and bliss. It is a beautiful blue lake at the height of 5608 M. People who goes for Kailash tour
visits Gauri Kunda.
The vista of the mountain terrain and vivid natural vegetation is a sight beholder of the trajectory. It is also famous for hot water springs. At Gauri Kunda people bath and splash water on their head. It is believed that the water will purify them and bestow benediction to achieve their endeavor. Some other brings water from Gauri Kunda back their home. The water is known as a “Jal,” meaning the sacred water. Gauri Kunda trek serves the appetite of all those who have an eager to learn culture, surf nature, and embrace spirituality.
Located on the Tibetan autonomous region, China, Rakshas Tal lies at an altitude of 4,575 meters. Rakshas Tal means a pound of the demon. It is also one of the major lakes of the region. It is believed in Hindu mythology that the king of devil “Ravan” has done penance to obtain an invincible Superpower from Lord Shiva. In Buddhism, the lake symbolizes the darkness. The lake is connected with Mansarovar through
a short river name Ganga Chhu.
It covers a total area of 250 kilometers. Despite its religious annoyance, it is astonishingly beautiful with blue water, pastures land nearby it and the solitude hills neighboring with the lake. There are four islands in Rakshastal, named Topserma (Dose), Dola (the two biggest), Lachato (Nadzhado), and Dosharba.
The landscape around the lake, the blue water, the hills, and its light shadow on the lake gives a feeling of satisfaction, silence, and salvation to everyone.
Pashupatinath Temple is a renowned Hindu shrine in the world. It is located at Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. People who planned their journey to Kailash Mansarovar from Nepal have added advantage to visit the temple. It is one of the essential mesmerizing monuments within the whole Kailash Mansarovar trip
Pashupatinath temple is a beautiful, ancient and cultural temple of Lord Shiva. It is built in pagoda architecture. The whole Pashupatinath area is about 264 hectares with many idols, temples, scriptures, rites, rituals of GGod, and goddesses. Pashupatinath, in its literary meaning, implies the master of all creatures.
Visit Pashupatinath is not only a religious domain. It is also a new affiliation to acknowledge oneself to old culture, lifestyle, traditions, values, and beliefs of Nepal.
Kailash Mansarovar is rich in its unique and fabulous Tibetan culture. The region is adorably astonishing for the Tibetan Buddhist and Bon Culture. In Tibetan language, Mount Kailash is named Kangrinboqe, and Lake Mansarovar is named as Mapam Yumtso. Both mean a precious place of god and goddesses. The sites like Darchen, Saga, Kerung, Gyrong on the way to Mount Kailash are just like an open encyclopedia to understand and experience the Tibetan culture and lifestyle. On the way, several monasteries, religious buildings, house, hotels, shops radiate the richness of Tibetan civilization. Tibetan language, Arts, Culture, music, festivals are the best part of the journey. Kailash Mansarovar is thereby the best choice for anyone who wants to mingle themselves with the Tibetan culture, its values, and lifestyle.
Mansarovar lake lies at an altitude of 4,590 m on a lap of Mount Kailas. It is formed by the melting glaciers of Mount Kailash. During the winter season, due to the hard ice on the surface, it is possible to walk on a Mansarovar lake
. Lake Mansarovar has its both religious and natural significance. From the ancient time, it is revered as the holiest lake in religion like Hindu, Buddhist, Bon, and Jain. The water of the lake is perceived as religious. People bath into the lake, splash water on their head and take water back to their home, believing that it cleanse the sin of the previous and present life. It is also believed that the journey fulfills the wishes of people.
It is a round-shaped lake with fresh water. Its circumference is 88 km. Mansarovar Lake
is beautiful with the shadow of Mansarovar floating in it. The landscape near the lake is overwhelming. It is mingled of both natural and spiritual abundance. It is believed that one needs to visit Mansarovar once in a lifetime. The lake is considered to be the source of salvation and point of Shangri-La.
Yam Dwar is another major attraction of the journey. “Yam” meaning “lord of death” and “Dwar,” meaning the “door.” Yam Dwar is, therefore, the gate to the GGod of death. It is a gateway that needs to be passed to reach Mount Kailash, the adobe of lord shiva. As per the Tibetan language, the Yam Dwa
r is known as “Tarboche.” It is a starting point of circumambulation of Mount Kailash.
Yam Dwar is a majestic place that orients both Tibetan and Hindu Culture. Every year Tibetans dangle a new flag-pole in Tarboche. It is a part of the ceremony that takes place every year in the full moon day of the fourth lunar month. Various events and activities are performed on the day from singing, dancing, and enchanting mantras. Thousands of people arrive for celebrating the ceremonies.
Asthapad is one of the holiest pilgrimages on the way to mount Kailash. Ashtapad means eight steps which could be either eight giant steps to ascend the mountain or a chain of eight mountain peaks.
It is the place where the first Jain Tirthankara Shri Rishabhadev Bhagwan popularly known as Shri Adinath Bhagwan attained Nirvana (salvation). There are numerous caves in this area, and there is a valley named ‘Muni Valley.’ Many crystal idols shine in the dark. One can go to this mountain range by securing permission from the local Lamas. The place is a boon of nature and a splendid place for seekers of truth.
It lies at an altitude of 4900 m. It is the best place to watch the charismatic view of mount Kailash
. In recent years asthapad has become one of the most preferred destinations for tourist. It is visited mostly for a religious purpose, but many also visit for scholarly and travel use.
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Also, if you have short time.
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