Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Since ancient times Mount Kailash is considered as the spiritual center of world. This remote Southwest corner of Tibet in the Himalayan ranges is more than just a mountain. It is the origin of three major rivers The Brahmaputra, The Sutlej and The Indus. A sacred lake and glorious mountain range both bounded by faith and wrapped in the arms of nature illustrating spirituality and wonder.

 

The journey to sacred Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar is an important spiritual journey for the followers of Hindu, Jain, Buddhism and Bonpo followers, A journey that is made to search the hidden soul. According to Hindu legend, Mt Kailash is the abode of Lord Shiva, the holy centre of the earth. Tibetan Buddhists presume Kailash is the home of Buddha Dhechok who symbolises supreme harmony. According to Jains, Kailash is the place where the founder of their faith Rishabhadeva attained freedom from the cycle of life and rebirth.

Mansarovar Lake is exceptionally excellent with the holiest lake in the Tibet. The Hindus trust that to dive into the solidifying icy waters of the Lake Manasarovar and stroll around its edge is to eradicate an entire lifetime of sins. Tibetans trust that they can invalidate their wrongdoings simply through strolling. The general population have some strange trust (hypothesis) of the Mansarovar Lake. Tibetans individuals, to the Mansarovar lake they call •Victorious is the holiest in the land, accepted to be the place the divine beings washed Buddha! It is additionally thought to be where ruler Maya was brought to before bringing forth Lord Buddha. As indicated by the Hindus religion, Brahma made the lake for his children to bathe in while they cured on Mt. Kailash. Regardless of whether Indian explorers, Tibetan pioneer or western visitor, one can see Lake Mansarovar, heavenly starting showed in its staggering magnificence. It hovered by mountain tops and loaded with clear, splendid blue waters that look only a breath far from the sky. The Mansarovar Lake was once encompassed by eight religious communities, which showed the eight purposes of the wheel of Dharma, however red gatekeepers pulverized the vast majority of them amid the Cultural Revolution in Tibet. Reclamation is underway. The over the baffling saying could be extremely abnormal for somebody who don’t trust those announcements however the religious individuals they trust that are the reason such a large number of individuals need to be there once their lifetime.

 

Every year thousands of pilgrims undertake the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra to seek salvation despite Freezing temperature, high altitude, rugged terrains. Mt. Kailash Yatra is considered to be one of the most difficult journey in Asia, but due to Satyam Tours and Travels professional staff and fantastic backing from partner workplaces in Nepal and Tibet we are effectively working on this yatra for a long time. We specialise in Kailash Yatra by road, Kailash Yatra by Helicopter, Kailash Inner Kora, Kailash Yatra via Lhasa, and many more tours in India, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan

 

As per mythology, the sacred lake was created by Lord Brahma for medication. It is also believed that parikrama of Mount Kailash and then bathing in the icy cold waters of the Mansarovar Lake washes away sins of lifetime and protects from the negative and the demonical forces. Best time to take a holy dip in the lake is between 3 am and 5 am. The period is known as Brahma muhurata, the time when the gods come to take a bath into the lake.

 

The journey to Kailash Mansarovar is a life changing experience, so if you are planning for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, get ready for some incredible experiences which can never be expressed in words but can only be felt like a humbling and enlightening transformation.

 

 

 

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